Expediting Your SSDI Claim Hearing in Las Vegas
Learn if You Qualify. Contact DAA.
For 20 years, Disability Action Advocates has helped thousands of clients win their Social Security Disability cases. Many clients over the years have asked us if expedited hearings are possible. There are some cases when the Social Security Administration will allow an expedited hearing, but usually only in the direst of situations. Utilizing the experience of a qualified Las Vegas Social Security Disability lawyer or representative can automatically help you in reducing the time it takes to receive benefits. When your claim is presented correctly the first time, it can significantly cut down on delays.
What Are Dire Needs?
A dire need case would involve an individual facing immediate threats to their health and safety. Usually, a claimant needs to be at least 55 years of age to receive an expedited hearing. Sometimes those facing eviction or foreclosure can get their hearing expedited, as well as some military service casualty cases. Assistance from a local congressman or senator can also potentially influence the SSA in expediting the process.
Still, even in these various cases, expedited hearings are rare. Our Social Security Disability attorney and representatives in Las Vegas can ensure all of your necessary paperwork is gathered and presented correctly to help you receive benefits.
Trusted Legal Help for SSDI Hearings
If you believe you qualify for an expedited hearing, we can guide you in maximizing your chances of success. The office will pursue your claim process with resolve and do everything within our power to lessen the financial burden you face. You can take confidence in being represented by a group that truly understands all aspects of disability claims.
Call us at (888) 421-8705 today for a free consultation.
FOCUSED EXCLUSIVELY ON SSD & SSIOur Services Include:
Filing all forms for the initial application, reconsideration & hearing
Helping you through each step of the process so you know what to expect
Coordinating any social security doctor appointments you may have
Obtaining all your medical records and gather the necessary information
Reviewing your file thoroughly to discover weaknesses & determine what is needed to obtain a favorable decision
Representing you at a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge
Supporting you throughout the entire process
Appealing your case if appropriate