“Don’t Ruin Your Claim. Free Guide Reveals 8 Mistakes to Avoid When Filing for Social Security Benefits.”
While there are benefits you could be entitled to – dealing with the social security system can be a frustrating experience with no end in sight.
This is attorney John Hensley, my law firm handles hundreds of disability cases each year. Because of that I’m probably the most knowledgeable attorney in the area when it comes to social security benefits. The attorney that did a great job with a different matter for you, is probably a good lawyer, but when it comes do getting social security benefits, work with someone who specializes with disability claims.
If you’re like most people who’ve worked hard for a long time – maybe your entire life, you probably think getting disability will be easy and straightforward. Most people make this assumption. They fill out an application and get surprised when it’s rejected.
Actually about 75% of initial applications are denied. And if this happens there’s certain steps that must be followed if you want to be re-considered.
The system is designed to weed people out – most people don’t realize this until it’s too late. When their claim is DENIED.
To combat this I put together a free guide explaining 8 common pitfalls and how you can avoid them.
Far too often people make mistakes early on that haunt them later and sadly these mistakes cannot be undone.
We’ve seen our friends and family members get defeated by “The System” and I don’t want that to happen to you.
The truth is that no lawyer can speed up the process, but I can help you avoid mistakes others have made. Even little things like how your answers on the application are worded can cause a judge to deny your claim.
The disability system is very complicated – don’t become a victim of the system. My guide makes navigating the disability system 5th grade simple – showing you mistakes people make everyday that cause their claims to be denied.
To get started enter your name, e-mail, and phone number for instant access to the guide and so we can help you evaluate your claim. Or just ask questions with the web chat administrator.
You don’t have to endure the frustration of going at it alone – waiting, hoping, and praying for answers. Download the guide and contact my office if you have further questions.