Preparing Your Disability Claim
The first step in obtaining SSD or SSI disability benefits is filing your claim. Maybe you heard that you need a lawyer to fill it out, but with a little bit of guidance, you should be able to take care of it on your own. Our attorneys will explain the correct process of filling out your initial application so you can handle the whole process without leaving your home. Helping you complete a full application, we will make sure you know what to expect once it has been filed.
Putting Your Social Security Claim Back in Your Hands
You can prepare and file your disability claim on your own. However, we understand that you want to do everything you can to obtain the benefits you deserve, so we will be happy to discuss your concerns and answer your questions. Just contact your local Social Security office or call us and we will put you in touch with them.
Lawyers most commonly step into the Social Security application process when it is time to file a request for hearing before an administrative law judge. If you are filing a request for an ALJ disability hearing after a denied claim, you want to make sure you have proper representation. Because we are familiar with the entire process, the time limits involved, and proof requirements, we can answer any questions you have.
How Can We Help?
We will keep everything in order for you. Our goal is to make the process of applying for benefits as simple as possible. Your file we be available on-line, and you will have secure, password protected access to all the information you need 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We also take the time to return phone calls and listen to our clients. The answers you are looking for will never be more than a phone call away.
At the Washington state law offices of Calbom & Schwab, P.S.C., our offices are open weekdays from nine to five. Contact us today to schedule a free initial consultation. We have locations throughout Washington, and our lawyers serve clients across the country.