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3 Benefits Of Hiring Disability Lawyers In Florida

Disability Lawyers In Florida

Your chances of success increase greatly with the help of disability lawyers in Florida. Here’s what we can do for you.

At Culbertson Law Group, we take great pride in having two of ten disability lawyers in Florida that are board certified for Social Security disability law by the National Board of Trial Advocacy.

Here are three benefits for hiring disability lawyers in Florida:

1. To Ensure Your Application Has The Best Possible Chance

As with all disability lawyers in Florida, we want to ensure your case is strong from the very beginning. The application requires extensive information into both your background and your family’s background. The more in-depth and detailed you get with your application, the more likely it is to get approved.


From experience, we know exactly what information the Social Security Administration (SSA) is looking for. There are various documents you’ll need to obtain in order to present a strong case. With our two board certified disability lawyers in Florida, we can help you prepare so that when you do apply, you’ll have the best shot at getting approved.

2. To Assist With The Appeal Process If Necessary

Disability Lawyers In FloridaIf your application is denied for whatever reason, your next step would be to appeal. While you can handle your own appeal, it would be valuable to your case to have a representative who is accustomed to the SSA’s rules and regulations.


The appeal process can be intimidating, especially if you don’t know the reasoning behind your denial. Disability lawyers in Florida can advocate for you during the entire process to ensure all the right things are being said. Your attorney cannot charge you a fee for their service unless it is authorized by SSA.

3. To Represent You In Administrative Hearings

If your appeal is denied, you have the option to take your case to an administrative hearing. During administrative hearings, you, or your attorney representative, will stand before the SSA and present your case. Because your claim has been denied two times before this phase, you’ll want to have a representative that speaks the SSA’s language.


All disability lawyers in Florida have one thing in common: To earn their clients benefits. With over 40 years of experience, we have the expertise with all of the above to get you the benefits you deserve. Contact us today so we can get started!

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If you are disabled and unable to do the work you once did, call Richard A. Culbertson at (407) 894-0888 or submit this form for a free initial consultation. We look forward to hearing from you.