Filing for Social Security on your own can be frustrating and exhausting. But it does not have to be. Hire an Ormond Beach Social Security attorney to help you with your Social Security needs.
Filing and applying for Social Security Disability is not always easy. There is an abundance of information online – some of it true and some of it not – that can cause headaches and add to your frustration. That is where an Ormond Beach Social Security attorney can help. Here are some ways Culbertson Law Group can help you with your case.
Review Your Case
When you contact an Ormond Beach Social Security attorney, they will review your case to better understand why you are applying or filing an appeal to receive Social Security benefits. Based on your particular circumstances, the attorney will determine the likelihood of winning your case. If they deem the outcome favorable, they will take you on as a client.
If an Ormond Beach Social Security attorney thinks you have a shot at winning, they will request medical records from your doctor. Prior to your hearing, your attorney will submit your records to the Social Security Administration (SSA).
Our highly experienced attorneys at Culbertson Law Group know the exact information to look for to win your case or appeal. We will thoroughly review your medical records to determine if you need to undergo any further testing. If we find your medical records lacking, we will request a consultative examination be performed by a qualified doctor.
Prepare For Your Hearing
Prior to your hearing, your Ormond Beach Social Security attorney will help you prepare by going over some of the questions you might be asked during the hearing. He or she will work with you to make sure you feel confident on your answers and the details of your case in order to most accurately and effectively present them in your hearing.
A few of the questions you might be asked are:
- Can you describe your symptoms in detail?
- Are you currently seeking treatment from a doctor?
- Have you been feeling stressed or anxious?
- Has your condition kept you from working?
Your Social Security attorney will determine whether or not you need witnesses to support your case. It is important to remember that a witness does not always help your case. Sometimes, they can hurt your chances of winning. Your attorney will decide the best course of action regarding having a witness testify on your behalf.
At Culbertson Law Group, we are dedicated to helping you get the benefits you are entitled to. We know it is not always easy, but we are prepared to go to battle for you. If you are in need of representation, contact us today for a free consultation.