Applying for Social Security disability benefits with or without an advocate can be difficult due to how long a claim can take and the high chance of being denied. Statistically, 70% of all SSDI and SSI claims are denied after the initial application. What does this mean for SSD and SSI applicants who are disabled and need help? That they should follow this advice tip: learn everything you can about the approval system to better your chances of winning on appeal, with or without the help of a disability attorney or lawyer.
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Clauson Law has focused on representing the disabled for 10 years. We have handled thousands of cases. Each client is important to us and has a unique situation. We understand the importance of getting approved for disability and the need to provide for your family. We have experience with all common medical conditions, with disability offices in varying locations and people of all backgrounds and circumstances.
Our firm files initial disability applications, files appeals, and represents clients at hearings. We focus on Social Security’s rules and regulations, have a modern and efficient team, and can ease your burden during the disability application and appeals process. We can help you get the benefits you deserve. We have experience with all common medical conditions, with disability offices in varying locations and people of all backgrounds and circumstances.Read More
The Clauson law firm helps clients with a wide variety of medical conditions, but some of the most common are: Back Pain, Cancer, Diabetes, Fibromyalgia/Chronic Fatigue, Heart Disease, HIV/AIDS, Joint Pain, Liver Disease, Lung Disease, Mental Health, Migraines, Strokes.
Every situation is unique and there are challenges every person applying for disability face. Over the years we have helped thousands of clients get approved for their benefits.
Whether you are over 50 and suffering from physical conditions, and unable to do the work you have done your whole like, or under 50 years old with a combination of severe physical and mental health conditions.Read More