Talk to a Lawyer if You Have Questions About Social Security

In Delaware, you do not need an attorney to file for Social Security Disability. It’s true. Claimants can file documents themselves. However, it is highly recommended that folks do not do this because roughly two thirds (about 65%) of those filing initial claims are denied. Claims can be denied for mistakes and omissions and wait times can be up to a year. The best way to ensure your claim has a good chance of being approved upon initial submission or even reconsideration or appeal is to have proper legal representation from an experienced SSI/SSDI attorney in the State of Delaware. If you suffered an injury that has kept you from working for over a year or suffer from a terminal illness, you may qualify for Social Security Disability benefits. Don’t take chances with your finances. Call our office today for a consultation with an experienced attorney today.