Attending Orlando administrative hearings sounds like a daunting task. Don’t worry, our attorneys will go to these hearings with you, our client.
Culbertson Law Group specializes in assisting clients with obtaining Social Security Disability Insurance and Supplemental Security Income benefits. If you’re blind or disabled with limited income and resources to make an income, you may be eligible for disability benefits. The application process can be overwhelming, especially on your own. The benefits are not always granted right away, leading to further appeals. One of those appeals being Orlando administrative hearings.
Do I Need An Attorney?
Hiring an attorney is not required in order to receive Social Security or Supplemental Security Income benefits. However, it’s highly advised due to the complexity of the process. At Culbertson Law Group, we have two of nine attorneys in Florida certified for Social Security Disability Law. Our attorneys have experience with the Social Security Administration (SSA), therefore, making them skilled with handling the many issues that may occur during the application process. If you hire an attorney, we will serve as the communicator for you in Orlando administrative hearings.
What Will An Attorney Do For Me?
Because the process isn’t always a breeze, you would find having an attorney that speaks the language of the SSA to be extremely beneficial. We attend Orlando administrative hearings with you because we know what the SSA needs. We do an initial review of your case, ensure everything on your application is complete and collect medical evidence. They’ll even communicate with your healthcare providers to gather supportive statements to bring to court.
How Can I Ensure Positive Results?
The majority of disability cases are won at the Orlando administrative hearing level. Your chances for approval increase when working with one of our attorneys. If you are not awarded retroactive benefits, you don’t have to pay us any attorney fees. Our mission is to earn our clients’ their necessary benefits and we only want to be compensated if we are successful in doing so. For more information on what our attorneys can do for you, contact us today! We’d be happy to represent you in Orlando administrative hearings.