Legal claims and cases of all sorts are notorious for being littered with
legalese and legislation requirements that are intentionally worded to
leave the average person in the dark. Taking a look at litigation surrounding
Social Security Disability (SSD, or sometimes SSDI when insurance is in
question) claims only magnifies the complications and potential issues.
Not only does a typical SSD case involve a person’s individual rights
but it also delves into the rights and obligations of a business.
To avoid big problems welling up from seemingly small sources of contention,
you should always first consider working with a trusted, reliable SSD
attorney. Doing so will give you a distinct advantage and an insightful
look into how your case can unfold. In addition, there are other unique
benefits that you are unlikely to attain without retaining a lawyer, such as:
- Collecting and filing all forms necessary – nothing missed, nothing
- Properly reviewing medical records related to your injury.
- Understanding the history of your own Social Security file.
- “Safety net” reminders for mandatory doctor appointments.
- Experienced counsel before the Administrative Law Judge (ALJ).
- Appealing denied claims.
Imagine the following scenario: you are tasked with constructing a home
for yourself but have no history with carpentry, plumbing, electrical
wiring, etc. Would you still attempt to go it alone? Probably not. Hiring
an SSD lawyer for your case is like hiring a team of contractors for your
home’s construction, and in both scenarios, success is of the utmost
importance for your wellbeing.
If you have been injured in Nevada, you can rely on the Disability Action
Advocates (DAA) and our Las Vegas Social Security Disability attorneys
to take up your case with professionalism and care. We know that your
livelihood and health are on the line. We can attempt to work out an amicable
solution out of court or, when push comes to shove, stand up for your
rights before the ALJ.
Get 20+ years of experience on your side! Call (888) 421-8705 today.