When you don’t know where to begin, it’s hard to take the first step. But we’ll make it easy. Simply reach out to the Law Offices of Sam Earley. We’ll follow a step-by-step process to help you get the Social Security disability benefits you deserve.
We pride ourselves on personal service. We put people first, and our clients know we care. When you work with our disability law firm, Sam Earley will be with you every step of the way. It’s his passion to take care of people.
Step 2: We’ll File Your Claim
After we qualify your case, we’ll get your claim started. We can fill out all the forms for you. We’ll ask you questions about:
• Work history
• Medical history
• Disability reports
Step 3: Establishing Care
A big part of your case depends on establishing a medical history. Our offices will promptly advise you of any consultative examinations set up by the Social Security Administration. We’ll also coordinate with you to make sure you’re being treated by your own doctors, or with charitable health clinics if these are available in your area.
Step 4: Preparing for Your Social Security Disability Hearing
We will personally prepare you for your hearing. We’ll review the types of questions that judges generally ask. Georgia Social Security Disability Attorney Sam Earley will make sure you’re prepared to answer even the toughest questions.
Our offices will thoroughly prepare your files and documentation, too. The better prepared we are, the better our chances of winning your case. We perform a brief on every single case to accurately summarize both the theory of the case and your medical condition.
Step 5: Disability Hearing
Your disability hearing will be held in front of an administrative law judge. Don’t worry—we’ll be there to represent you. During the pandemic, many disability hearings are being conducted by phone. We make sure your medical history, work history, and disability reports are well organized in a secure, cloud-based file online. This makes it easy to locate the exact piece of information we need to fight for your rights, and for the judge to decide your case.
Step 6: Getting Paid
If the judge decides in your favor, then you’ll get paid directly by the Social Security Administration. You never need to worry about paying us—we won’t touch your money. If we win your case, the SSA will pay the Law Offices of Sam Earley directly.
Contact Our Georgia Disability Attorneys Today
It’s an extremely rewarding feeling to help people get the medical benefits they need to get their lives back on track. Let’s see how we can help make your life better, too. Call 770-881-7171 or contact us online for a free consultation to see if you might qualify for disability benefits. We’re here to answer your questions and help you however we can.