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Atlanta Social Security Disability Claims Attorneys

Assisting with Social Security Disability Claims in Georgia for Over 39 Years

Receiving Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits can make a tremendous difference in the lives of those with a significant disability. Such benefits allow disabled individuals who can no longer work full-time to cover necessary expenses. Our Atlanta Social Security Disability Claims Attorneys at Montlick and Associates, Attorneys at Law, understand that applying for Social Security Disability is not an easy process. The Social Security Administration (SSA) has strict requirements for eligibility and applicants must gather vast amounts of evidence to substantiate their claims. Unfortunately, many applications will initially be denied and far too many will lose hope after receiving their initial denial, believing that they have permanently failed to obtain their benefits.

At Montlick and Associates, Attorneys at Law, our Social Security Disability Lawyers assist individuals in Atlanta and across the State of Georgia in obtaining SSD benefits. We help applicants with their initial application, including gathering and attaching important evidence that will increase the odds of having the application accepted. Moreover, our lawyers also handle appeals and requests for reconsideration in the event your application has been rejected. Numerous applicants are commonly denied benefits, but with our knowledgeable assistance, we will take the necessary steps to protect your rights. Call our firm today at 1-800-LAW-NEED (1-800-529-6333). You can also use our Free Case Evaluation or 24-hour Live Online Chat.

Social Security Disability Benefits Lawyers Explain Issues Regarding Eligibility For Benefits

April 12, 2017

If you have a claim for Social Security Disability (SSDI) benefits in Atlanta or anywhere in the Southeast region of the United States, you may require legal assistance to pursue your claim. The application process is very complicated and cumbersome, and so is the appeal process. You may have already learned this about the Social Security Administration (SSA) if you have filed for benefits and were denied. However, being represented by Atlanta SSDI attorneys might increase the chances that you will be successful with your appeal.

Social Security Disability Credits Explained

April 12, 2017

Every once and a while, hard working people need help. They get injured, sick, or experience some medical issue, be it physical or psychological that prevents them from working. Unfortunately, life does not stop because you cannot work. People still need a place to live, to put food on the table,  a car, and  to purchase medicine, all as they continue to try to survive in the world. 

You Still Have Options If You Were Denied Social Security Disability Income Benefits

April 10, 2017

Many applicants for Social Security Disability Income (SSDI) are denied, even though they seem to meet all of the criteria to qualify for benefits. It is a widely held belief that your SSDI application must be denied at least once before the Social Security Administration (SSA) will consider approving your application. That is not the case. The SSA rejects many qualified applicants for SSDI benefits. A person who was denied benefits has recourse through an appeals process. The SSA appeals system is cumbersome. It may be in your best interest, or in the best interest of a family member who received a denial letter from SSA in the Atlanta area to speak with a competent and knowledgeable SSDI appeals attorney.

Common Mistakes Made by Social Security Disability Applicants

February 24, 2016

Successfully applying for Social Security Disability benefits is not always an easy process. There are numerous mistakes applicants can make that could cost them considerable time and even your benefits. At Montlick and Associates, Attorneys at Law, our firm meets many clients who accidently made errors in the application process that resulted in an initial denial. Applicants can rest assured that even if they are initially denied, they can still appeal this decision and possibly be in receipt of the benefits they deserve.

The Difficulty in Obtaining Social Security Disability Benefits

January 23, 2016

Obtaining disability benefits through the Social Security Administration (SSA) is challenging for several reasons. Many applicants find the process unexpectedly complex and may become discouraged if they are denied the first go around. SSD applicants need to go into the process understanding that it will be difficult and they may experience rejection, but this does not mean they cannot ultimately prevail in their action.

Georgia SSD Attorneys Discuss Appealing the Denial of Your SSD Claim

January 18, 2016

If you have filed for Social Security Disability benefits then received a denial of your application, you might be feeling discouraged and overwhelmed. For many individuals, receipt of SSD benefits would have a significant positive impact on your daily life. If your SSD claim has been denied, it is important for you to know that many claims are denied the first time around, but applicants are still able to successfully appeal the decision and start receiving benefits.  NOTE: The following content is for informational purposes only and you should not rely on the information contained in this article without speaking to a knowledgeable social security disability attorney.

Myths About SSD Benefits

January 14, 2016

Social Security Disability (SSD) Benefits are designed to assist individuals with a prior work history who have become disabled and are in need of assistance. SSD benefits are available to those individuals with a sufficient work and tax history. These benefits are provided through payroll taxes and recipients are considered "insured" because they have worked for the qualifying number of years.

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