Do I Need a Representative

for Social Security Disability in Indianapolis?

You’ve suffered a disability that leaves you unable to work. It places your finances in question. You might be worried about losing your home or your car. Your life situation has changed, and it’s disorienting.

You’re tired. It’s hard to know what you should do.

This is enough stress on its own. You shouldn’t also have to figure out a massive and complicated government program at the same time. Here are four reasons you need to work with a Social Security Disability representative:

IMPORTANT!

Once you’re denied benefits, the clock starts ticking. Don’t wait too long. You might miss the deadline to appeal.

How To Appeal

Get Someone To Guide You

Through the Social Security Rules

Applying for Social Security Disability is complex. The Social Security Administration has thousands of rules. The disability representatives at our law office make it their mission to understand the system for your benefit.

We know the rules. We deal with them every day.

We know where to find the medical records and work history documents to prove you meet the requirements for disability benefits. We cover all the details for you.

Make Sure
Your Application for Benefits

Is Done Right

If you take on this process alone, it’s easy to get frustrated. It’s easy to make a mistake in all the paperwork. That could cause a problem with your application later in the process.

Because we work with the system all the time, we bring patience and care to your application. We take the time to get to know you and make sure your application is strong.

Improve Your Chances

with a Social Security Judge

For cases that go before Administrative Law Judges (ALJs), statistics show that the chances of winning benefits rise for claimants who have professional advocates.

In our area we’ve observed that many judges won’t accept a case for a hearing if the claimant doesn’t have a representative.

Get Personal Care and Attention

for Your Disability Claim

From the moment Frank Hanley founded our firm in 1970, we have been inspired by the mission of helping people during difficult times in their lives.

Social Security Disability can provide people a way to move forward after losing the ability to work. We see the relief in our clients’ faces when they win benefits. This is what motivates us to help more residents of Indiana.

Having representation can improve your chances of winning benefits. But it also means you have someone standing by your side throughout a difficult application process. It means care and attention for you and your case.

Call us for help with your Social Security Disability application.