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Why You Need a Disability Attorney

Posted on:7/12/2012
Disability laws are complex. Attempting to fight a disability claim without the assistance of an experienced disability attorney can prove disastrous.


Disability laws are complex. Attempting to fight a disability claim without the assistance of an experienced disability attorney can prove disastrous.

 

Merely claiming that you are disabled will not entitle you to disability benefits. To be eligible for disability benefits, you must prove that you cannot do the work that you did before or you are unable to adjust to any other work. The disability must have existed for a year or must be expected to last a year or result in your death.

 

The amount of compensation you can claim will depend on the nature of your disability and many other factors such as your employment and earning history, your dependents, etc. You must provide proof of your disability.

 

No one can tell you exactly how much a disability attorney will charge you. The fees will depend on many factors including the nature of your disability and the exact role the attorney plays in dealing with your disability claim. The attorney will file your application and submit it along with the required evidence.

 

Consult with an experienced disability attorney if you want to file a disability claim. Ultimately it will be cheaper to pay the attorney fees than attempting to file the claim by yourself.


  
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