Why Hire Atlanta Social Security Disability Attorney
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Deciding whether to hire a lawyer or to seek an experienced non-lawyer representative depends on several things, such as: The complexities of client's case. The more complicated the issues-- particularly those involving a physical or emotional condition as it relates to qualification for disability benefits--the more likely that client need expert help. How much money is at stake? For example, if client's appeal is only about whether his or her disability began in March or April, it is probably not worth hiring an attorney to represent client. The most client stand to win or lose is one month's benefits. On the other hand, if his or her benefits have been reduced significantly or denied entirely, it may well be worth the money to hire an attorney.
How comfortable one could feel handling the matter himself or herself. Particularly in the reconsideration stage of the appeal process, many people feel confident obtaining their own records and documents and discussing their claim with a local Social Security office worker. However, many other people are uncomfortable about explaining things convincingly, and so would like assistance even at this early stage. And most people become uncomfortable at the prospect of an administrative hearing, because they have never been through such a procedure before. If so, it is a good idea at least to get some advice from Atlanta Social Security Disability Attorney, and perhaps representation, before this stage of the appeal process.
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