“Sam is a highly skilled and conscientious attorney who will put in the time and effort it takes to analyze voluminous medical records and apply them to a deep knowledge of the Social Security Administration’s regulations to win his hearings and disability appeals.”
Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is a benefit from the federal government for those who are disabled or otherwise unable to work. Applying and qualifying for the program can be a cumbersome and time-consuming process, and rejected claims are common. Georgia disability lawyer Samuel E. Earley is a talented, experienced, and committed advocate for those who find themselves unable to work and needing assistance.
We Can Explain Complex SSDI & SSI Requirements
When dealing with any government entity, there is one common denominator – paperwork! Although in modern times more of that is in digital form, there is still much to be calculated and completed correctly. One of the main reasons for initial claims rejections is incorrectly filling out the claim. Almost 70% of all initial claims for SSDI and/or SSI are rejected.
Our experienced Georgia SSDI attorneys know the common mistakes and omissions that are made on claims, and we can make sure you avoid those on your initial claim. We can also advise you on what to include that will provide you the best possible chance of your claim being accepted on the first try.
We Can Help You with Complicated Medical Requirements
An important part of qualifying for Social Security Disability Insurance is the medical documentation of your disabling condition. Accurate records that fully document your medical history, contributing factors, treatment, diagnosis, prognosis for the future, and more are vital pieces of information.
We can help you compile the necessary medical records to prove beyond doubt your disability. Our Social Security Disability attorneys can also recommend specialists and specific tests or exams that will lend significant credibility to your case. Very often, claims are rejected for a lack of sufficient medical evidence. We work hard to help make sure your chances of a rejection on medical grounds are minimal.
Our Georgia Disability Attorneys Can Help You with the Appeals Process
Regardless of how meticulous we are with the preparations, sometimes a claim is rejected anyway. This is usually because some specific piece of information is needed. Other times it can be over a clerical error. Whatever the reason, our Georgia SSDI attorneys know how to prepare the necessary evidence, testimony and other matters to make a successful appeal.
We can quickly provide any additional material or evidence required for your appeal and help prepare you for any testimony you may be called on to provide. SSDI attorney Sam Earley and his team are your advocates, and we work hard to help you get the disability benefits you deserve.
There are Different Benefits from Different Programs
Do you know what types of benefits you need? Which program will deliver the most benefits for your particular situation? Could you qualify for both SSDI and SSI? We can help you determine the best course of action when facing a disabling condition and needing assistance.
Supplemental Security Income (SSI) provides benefits to everyone equally based on need but is not a part of Social Security. Your state may also add a supplemental benefit if you qualify for SSI.
Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is a part of the Social Security program and provides benefits to those disabled persons who have a history of work and contributions into Social Security.
Samuel E. Earley, Experienced SSDI & SSI Attorney
Georgia Disability Attorney Sam Earley can help you determine your eligibility and file a claim for SSDI or SSI. Our team has a wealth of knowledge and experience that we can put at your disposal when you need to file a social security disability claim.
Worried about the cost? We receive no payment unless and until you are granted disability benefits. Call today to schedule a free consultation with one of our skilled disability lawyers.
Our Georgia Disability Lawyers Can Help You File Your Claim for SSDI or SSI
If you believe you have a legitimate disability claim and could qualify for SSDI or SSI, call Georgia Disability Attorney Sam Earley at 770-881-7171 or complete our online contact form and request assistance.