Applying For Social Security Benefits

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Knowledgeable Handling Of The Social Security Application Process

Completing an initial application is the first step toward obtaining Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits or Supplemental Security Income (SSI). The application process can be exhausting. Yet putting your best foot forward at the outset with a strong initial application can simplify the process in the long run.

A To Z Guidance

At Burgess & Christensen, we are one of only a few local disability law firms that helps people through every stage of the Social Security processincluding the initial application. Many other lawyers will only represent you after your application has been denied. We believe that professional guidance from day one is critical for avoiding the headaches of a denied claim down the road. Our goal is to alleviate your worries and give you peace of mind knowing your application is in experienced hands.

Submitting solid documentation at the outset offers your best chance to obtain a favorable decision sooner rather than later. We can help you prepare a detailed and thorough Social Security application.

What To Expect

Your first step is simply to contact us for a free case evaluation. Our attorneys will sort through the complex eligibility requirements for SSDI or SSI and let you know which options are available to you. Then, we will gather the necessary paperwork and prepare a strong application on your behalf.

If the initial application is unsuccessful, we will not give up. Our firm can assist you through all stages of the process.

Alleviating Your Worries

Our firm has focused exclusively on disability law for more than 40 years. During that time, we have helped thousands of people obtain benefits. We understand how stressful it can be to apply for disability benefits, and we will go out of our way to provide a positive, rewarding experience.

To speak with our legal team about your situation, please call our office in Marietta, Georgia, at 770-422-8111.

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    Free evaluation of your case

    When you are unable to work, you still need to support yourself and your family. Call us at 770-422-8111 or contact us online. We do not charge any fees until the disability claim is approved and our fees are authorized.