If you are denied SS benefits, aren’t sure how much you are entitled to, or don’t know where to begin when applying for benefits, a social security attorney can help you. Not only will the right social security attorney and firm work with you through all phases of your application process or denial, but we can also advise you in how to go about receiving benefits, or other financial and government aid, if you are denied a portion of the social security income you were expecting to earn.
The social security administration goes through a series of different aspects in determining how much you are due when you retire. Every retiree has to provide their
- Earning statement
- Information about taxes and pensions
- Information about their former employer
- Details about whether they served in the military or if their spouse did
- Any insurance benefits they are going to receive
Furthermore, there are other pieces of information which can affect how much you are entitled to, when you do choose to apply for benefits. If you are not sure how the process works, if you have questions about your benefits or denial, or if you are not sure how to talk with the SS administration, the right legal team can help.
Not only do we specialize in social security cases, we can help you in many other ways as well as a senior. If you are denied other benefits, or if you are not receiving as much as you thought through Medicare, we can help you with those funds. If you are not sure how to apply, or how to apply for your spouse or a disabled child you care for, we can provide guidance on these fronts as well. Every retiree has different aspects that will impact how much they will receive in social security benefits. We’re here to make sure you receive what you’re entitled to.
If you are ready to retire, have retired, or are ready to apply for benefits and are not sure where to begin, our team of specialists are here to walk with you through all phases of the process. Reach out to our firm today to learn more about our legal areas of practice. Or, visit our site so you can fill out the online form, to have one of our social security experts get back to you, and discuss your benefits and how much you’re entitled to.