The Help You Need With Social Security Disability
If you have been hurt and can no longer work, you could be eligible for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits. For many people, these benefits can be critical for financial survival. However, the process of obtaining benefits is extremely complicated and demanding. You should not try to handle your application or appeal alone.
At Litton & Chaney Law Firm, our lawyers can help simplify the process and greatly improve your chances of getting the benefits you need. We have been serving Oklahoma clients in all types of injury and benefits claims for nearly 30 years. In that time, we have earned a reputation of trustworthy, dedicated and successful legal service for our clients.
We can help you with the initial filing or application process of obtaining your SSD benefits.
Whenever possible, we prefer helping clients at the very beginning of the process. While a significant percentage of initial claims are denied, a lot of those denials are a result of simple errors. Some cases involve, not mistakes, but a lack of using the correct specific language that the Social Security Administration is looking for. A doctor could fill out your report and acknowledge that you have a debilitating condition that would qualify you for benefits, but if they use a slightly different term for the ailment, it could result in a denial.
An experienced attorney who has knowledge of the SSDI system can help you avoid those simple mistakes and terminology discrepancies to make sure you have the best chance of getting your benefits on the initial application.
Unfortunately, a large number of initial applications are denied, even for those who should qualify for benefits. Our legal team can help you through the complex appeals process to give the SSA exactly what they need so you can get your benefits.
If your application for disability benefits has been denied, do not give up yet. Talk with a lawyer who can help you appeal and possibly get your benefits.
Contact Litton & Chaney Law Firm
Whether you are seeking benefits for the first time or are appealing a benefits denial, our attorneys can help you. Schedule a free initial consultation with an experienced attorney from our firm by calling 405-896-9724 or by sending us an email.