Helping Clients File Social Security Disability Claims in Central and Eastern Kentucky
Filing a Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) claim can be a formidable undertaking. First-time applicants are often surprised by the amount of detail the Social Security Administration requires when it comes to documenting their work history and the nature of their disability. Unfortunately, the majority of SSDI applications are initially rejected by SSA examiners for either technical reasons (such as errors or missing information) or because they believe that an applicant’s disability isn’t severe enough to grant them benefits. The good news is that you can increase your chances of having your denial overturned by hiring Bentley, George & Sparks.
The best way to ensure that your initial application is accepted by the SSA is to enlist the aid of a skilled Kentucky SSDI attorney. Statistically, an individual who partners with a lawyer is about twice as likely to succeed in having an application accepted either initially or during the appeals process as they are without one.
Put Bentley, George & Sparks on your side — make an appointment with our office today to learn more about how you can present your case in the best possible light when submitting or appealing an SSDI application.
Security for Blind, Elderly and Disabled Kentucky Residents
Individuals who don’t have a substantial work history may be ineligible for applying for SSDI benefits. Fortunately, the federal government offers Supplemental Security Income (SSI) for elderly, blind or disabled Americans whose employment record doesn’t qualify them for SSDI. Just as with SSDI, however, many SSI applications are denied because applicants fail to accurately describe their income or explain the full extent of their disability. Bentley, George & Sparks can help you file an initial application or appeal your rejected one, giving you a much better chance of securing your benefits. We will assist you in filling out an SSI application correctly and making sure that your financial and medical documentation meets the government’s stringent criteria for acceptance.
Schedule a consultation with an SSI lawyer with a proven reputation for success on behalf of blind, elderly or disabled individuals who cannot qualify for SSDI. Remember: Bentley, George & Sparks do not collect a cent from you unless you’re successful in your claim, and even then we only bill you for a small fraction of your past due benefits.