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Social Security Disability Attorney in Banning CA

Social Security Disability Attorney in Banning CA

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Social Security Disability Attorney in Banning CA

We Have the Answers You Are Looking for: Talk to a Social Security Disability Attorney in Banning CA

Any experienced Social Security Disability Attorney in Banning CA is used to answering many questions for clients. After all, this can be a complex situation. That is why we have come up with simple and straightforward answers to some of the most commonly asked questions we receive. If you have additional questions or are ready to start working with an attorney, contact The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker at 800-333-0000 for a free evaluation.

How Long Does It Usually Take to Get Approved?

The short answer is that it can take anywhere from 90 days to years. It largely depends on the specifics of each individual case and whether the initial application for benefits is approved or denied. If benefits are denied and an appeal must be filed, then the process can last years. The good news is that working with a Social Security disability attorney in Banning CA can help make your case stronger.

Do I Have to Attend the Medical Evaluation That Social Security Set Up?

Medical evaluations are not always required. If they are scheduled, then it means SSA is not sure there is enough medical evidence to support the claim. While they will not technically deny a claim if you do not attend your medical evaluation, they are less likely to approve it if you skip the appointment. The fact that SSA has requested the medical evaluation means they do not believe you have enough evidence without it and you should talk to a Social Security Disability Attorney in Banning CA to find out what your best option is.

Can I Claim Social Security Disability if I Am Not a Legal Resident or U.S. Citizen?

It depends. If you are a permanent resident or a lawful foreign worker, and you have paid taxes into the Social Security System, then you are likely eligible for SSDI (but not SSI) if you would otherwise qualify. However, there are exceptions. For example, residents from certain countries are not eligible for SSDI. Furthermore, to qualify for SSI benefits you must be a U.S. Citizen with some very limited exceptions for certain categories of lawful residents. Your SSDI Attorney in Banning CA can assess your specific case to find the answers.

Do I Have Options if My Claim Has Been Denied or is Pending?

In some cases, an SSDI attorney in Banning CA can help you appeal a Social Security denial. Likewise, if you have a case that has been pending for a long time then you may be waiting on a hearing with an Administrative Law Judge. That is something you will want the help of an attorney with.

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