Why Should I Get a Lawyer for an SSDI Claim?

Social Security Disability (SSD) exists to provide financial assistance for workers who can no longer perform their jobs due to a disability. In order for the Social Security Administration (SSA) to continue providing benefits, recipients must meet the SSA definition for disability and complete a lengthy application process to prove their disability.

Because SSD insurance eligibility is highly complex and time consuming, few lawyers are willing to tackle SSD appeals cases. In order to provide exceptional service to his clients, Raleigh SSDI lawyer, Brian Ricci, has been certified as a SSD law specialist by the North Carolina State Bar by taking a written test to prove his knowledge of SSD law.

Facts about SSDI Claims

  • Between 2001 and 2003, more than half or all SSD claims were denied. Many people were forced to go through the reconsideration or appeals processes
  • Rejections were often based on technicalities like improperly completed forms
  • The rules for filing SSD claims are highly complex and time sensitive

For a person going through a serious injury or illness, trying to learn the SSDI process while coping with pain and managing their medical care can be overwhelming. Even the Social Security Advisory Board agrees that having a third-party representative who is very familiar with SSD law can ensure the claimant gets the best determination possible and speed up the whole process.

If you are searching for an experienced Raleigh SSDI lawyer, please contact the Ricci Law Firm Injury Lawyers, PA for a free case evaluation by calling(252) 777-2222 or using our online form.