Social Security Disability
New Port Richey Social Security Disability Attorney Ensures Clients with Disabilities Have the Financial Support They Need
Committed to securing the SSD compensation you deserve
Each year there are countless numbers of disabled Americans that are denied Social Security Disability benefits, but have a legitimate disability preventing them from working and earning an income. These victims are left suffering, both emotionally and financially. If you need Social Security Disability benefits, you need an experienced New Port Richey Social Security Disability attorney to help you through the complex administrative and legal process. At Carlson, Meissner, Hart & Hayslett, P.A., our Social Security Disability attorneys work hard to help you recover the SSD benefits you deserve.
How do you receive Social Security Disability benefits?
The basic standard to receive Social Security Disability benefits is that you are unable to sustain a job with a 40-hour work week. Proving this is much more difficult than you would imagine. The government has attorneys who oppose Social Security Disability benefits and routinely claim that you are, in fact, able to work at some job despite the limitations of your disability. Our New Port Richey Social Security Disability attorneys stand up for and recover benefits for the disabled in these proceedings. We take a firm stand for your rights and prove the extent of your disabilities.
Highly skilled attorneys guide you through the Social Security Disability appeals process
An exceptionally few number of applicants receive benefits from the initial application. The likelihood of success increases with each step. The options for appeals in a Social Security Disability action include:
Reconsideration — You can ask for reconsideration where an independent Disability Determination Services (DDS) representative looks at what you have presented and considers any new evidence you introduce.
Administrative hearing — Our New Port Richey Social Security Disability attorneys represent you through the hearing where we present evidence and call witnesses before an administrative law judge.
Appeals council review — If your claim has been denied, we will prepare an appeal which goes to an appeal council. The appeals council reviews the administrative law judge’s ruling and remand your case back for another hearing, overturn or affirm the previous ruling.
Court case — This means that you take the Social Security Administration to trial for their previous rulings against you. It is important to note that you only have 60 days from administrative hearing ruling to file your claim.
Contact our New Port Richey Social Security Disability attorneys today for a free initial consultation
The compassionate New Port Richey Social Security Disability attorneys at Carlson, Meissner, Hart & Hayslett, P.A. provide strong legal support to persons with disabilities seeking Social Security Disability benefits. For a free initial consultation to discuss your case, call us at 727-835-5536 or contact us online.