No. 13 – Will it go easier if you have a Social Security Disability Attorney?
Often Social Security applicants who have been denied call us asking whether it would go better for them if they had an attorney. They ask whether the involvement of a lawyer will improve their chances of winning.
The answer is yes. Things can go easier if you have a disability attorney, for a number of reasons. From the moment you retain Cavey & Barrett, the Social Security Administration is required to send copies of everything they send to you to us.
So why is that important? That means that Cavey & Barrett is responsible for handling all of your paperwork, getting it submitted on time, keeping copies of all the paperwork submitted, and doing status checks on the case.
At Cavey & Barrett, we provide you with everything we receive from the Social Security Administration and have regular follow up appointments with you to update what’s happening in your file.
The mere fact that you are represented reduces the risk that you might miss an appeal deadline, because that means you might have to start over from the very beginning of the Social Security Disability claims process.
At Cavey & Barrett, we believe that communication with our clients is critical to success in any Social Security Disability claim.
Answering these broad-based questions isn’t easy. Help is a phone call away. You can contact Nancy Cavey, an experienced long-term disability attorney at 727-894-3188.