Between car accidents, rough weather, hereditary illnesses, and all the unexpected twists and turns of life, anyone can become critically injured with little or no warning. If you have been injured or are suffering from an illness and can no longer generate income through work, you may be eligible to receive social security disability benefits. While it can be challenging to have a claim approved, our experienced social security lawyers can help. To arrange for a completely free and private evaluation, call Young, Marr & Associates at (609) 557-3081 in New Jersey or (215) 515-2954 in Pennsylvania today.
Unfortunately, applying for social security disability is not always easy. Estimates report that approximately 50% to 60% of all social security benefits applicants will be denied on their first attempts to qualify for aid. The SSA (Social Security Administration) uses stringent guidelines to determine precisely who will be granted financial assistance, and sometimes, even with the support of a physician’s medical opinion, the SSA may rule that an applicant can perform alternative work that is less physically demanding than the work that was previously being performed.
According to the SSA’s Congressional Statistics, in 2010, approximately 1,400,000 residents of New Jersey received social security benefits. Being approved is not impossible — but it is a challenge. Having an aggressive team of New Jersey disability lawyers on your side can greatly improve your chances. Whatever stage of the social security application process you’ve reached — whether you’re considering applying, are applying for a second or third time, or are appealing a rejection — our veteran disability attorneys have been there before. We know the ins and outs of the system, and most importantly, we know how to obtain results for our clients.
At Young, Marr & Associates, we provide our clients with an edge when it comes to receiving social security benefits. What are the benefits of working with our us?
To apply for social security disability in New Jersey, you can take one of three routes:
When you apply, you will be required to present:
Applicants should be aware that, on average, the entire application process in New Jersey can take anywhere from 12 to 17 months.
If your initial application is rejected, you can either apply again from scratch, or appeal the decision. Provided no deadlines have already passed, it is generally preferable to appeal a decision rather than create an entirely new application, in terms of both time and expense. It should be noted that if you wish to appeal in New Jersey, you have a window of 60 days to request a Reconsideration.
Wherever you are in the process of applying for social security benefits, our dedicated New Jersey disability attorneys can help. To arrange for a free and confidential legal consultation, call the law offices of Young, Marr & Associates at 1 (609) 557-3081 in New Jersey or (215) 515-2954 in Pennsylvania, or contact us online today.