Hauppauge, NY - June 14, 2011 - America's Most Successful Social Security Disability Advocates®, Binder & Binder®, announced today they have released a new article titled "Social Security Disability Appeals: Why You Need an Advocate at Your Hearing." The article thoroughly details the Social Security Disability appeals process and why it's beneficial to have an advocate representing your interests not only during hearings, but throughout the entire process.
"From determining your Social Security Disability eligibility to filing your initial claim to appealing your case if it is denied, having an SSD advocate on your side ensures your case is given the attention it deserves and increases your odds of receiving benefits," said Mario Davila, Managing Director of Binder & Binder®.
The article also covers when to first apply for SSD and when to find an advocate. Many people believe they must apply for SSD or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) on their own first, but an advocate can actually take care of all the confusing initial paperwork for you. Their fees are paid for by the government, and they are the same no matter what stage the advocate takes on your case.
"We have clients who come to us because they know we can and do take a case from the very beginning. We also have clients who have already been denied SSD benefits and come to us for help, and clients who have already qualified for SSD and must prove that their disabilities still exist," said Davila. "As the largest national Social Security Disability advocacy group in America, we can help you with your case no matter where you live. Whatever point you're at in the process, we can take over the burden and deal with the government so you don't have to."
If you've worked most of your life and paid your FICA tax, you're most likely eligible for Social Security Disability. For more information, call 800-66-BINDER or visit www.binderandbinder.com for a free initial consultation.
Read the article "Social Security Disability Appeals: Why You Need an Advocate at Your Hearing" here: Social Security Disability Appeals: Why You Need an Advocate at Your Hearing
About Binder & Binder®:
Binder & Binder® was formed in 1975 to help clients all over America obtain Social Security Disability benefits. As America's Most Successful Social Security Disability Advocates®, they have served tens of thousands of people throughout the United States, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands and all U.S. territories in matters of Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income.
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