All your life, you’ve worked to support yourself and your family. Now due to health problems, you’re unable to keep going in your job every day.
That means you can’t pay your bills and expenses. On top of all your health issues, you’re stressed out about money, too.
It’s not fair. Is there any kind of help for someone like you?
The government has Social Security Disability benefits for people in your position. If you win benefits, you receive a monthly check to help with your basic expenses. You can worry less.
The only thing is that the government makes it very hard to get benefits. The application process is complicated, and most people get denied.
With Horenstein, Nicholson & Blumenthal on your side, you can increase your chances of winning benefits and have the support of an experienced team of Social Security Disability attorneys as you go through the process.
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To prove you need disability benefits in Columbus, you’ll need to do more than simply tell the Social Security Administration (SSA) that you have a physical or mental impairment that limits what you can do.
Here’s what applying for disability benefits entails:
If you get denied the first time around, you can appeal the decision and possibly go to a hearing with an administrative law judge (ALJ).
At that step in the process, an experienced disability lawyer can present strong arguments to demonstrate exactly why you need benefits.
According to a U.S. Government Accountability Office report, if you have a representative with you at your hearings, you are almost three times more likely to be awarded benefits.
You pay no fee for a disability lawyer until you win benefits. So why not work with a professional?
You can start with a free evaluation of your situation by reaching out to the Columbus Social Security Disability attorneys at HNB.
We can tell you, among other things, whether you have a Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) claim for people with substantial work histories, or a Supplemental Security Income (SSI) claim for people with limited financial resources.Get My Free Case Review