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Get Help Securing Benefits & Financial Relief

If bad health has knocked you out of work, Social Security Disability benefits offer financial stability.

But should you apply for benefits on your own, or should you work with a professional who can help you?

Winning benefits isn’t simple. The process is complicated and confusing.

If you have help from a disability lawyer or disability advocate, you could relieve your own burden as you apply for benefits, increase your chances of winning benefits, and move closer to getting your life back on steady ground.

And you can do this with little risk to you. There’s no fee until you win benefits.

At Hanley Disability, our Social Security Disability advocates have been helping people in Indianapolis, Danville, Franklin, Lebanon, Noblesville and across Central Indiana for more than 45 years.

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Hanley Disability offers a FREE evaluation of your case and will discuss your options with you. Let us make a difference in your life.

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Why Work With a Social Security Disability Lawyer or Advocate?

A disability attorney or advocate in Indianapolis can help you in a variety of ways. They will:

  • Assisting you with navigating the system. There are many rules you have to follow when applying for disability benefits. Your advocate will explain the process to you and make it clear what course of action you should take.
  • Ensuring your application is filled out right. Many people get denied benefits because they turn in incomplete applications, or they make mistakes on their applications. A disability lawyer or advocate will go through every form and make sure it is completed properly.
  • Collecting proof. You’re going to need proof of your condition; the SSA won’t just take your word for it that you’re experiencing health issues severe enough to prevent working. The proof varies depending on your specific condition. Your disability advocate will figure out what proof you need and gather it for you. This could include medical test results, a list of your prescriptions, your doctors’ records and statements from friends and co-workers who know you and are familiar with your condition.
  • Appealing a denial. If you’ve been denied benefits, your disability advocate will help you file an appeal, prepare you to testify at a hearing, present your arguments and evidence to the judge and cross-examine medical or vocational experts who testify about you.
  • Receiving personal attention and care. A disability advocate or lawyer will get to know you and your needs, and make sure you’re treated with respect and not lost in the system during this difficult process.

When you may feel shut out of the system, or like you’re down on your luck, a disability advocate will be in your corner and fight for you every step of the way.

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Gaining Financial Peace of Mind with Help from Disability Attorneys or Advocates

Perhaps the most important thing to know is that a Social Security Disability attorney or advocate can increase your chances of winning benefits. here!

One government study found that your chances of approval for benefits are almost three times higher if you have a representative with you when you go to a hearing with a disability judge.

When you add the fact that you don’t pay a fee until you win benefits, that’s why there’s little downside to getting an advocate.

With you financial future at stake, why take any chances by going without help?

Right now, you may think you have anywhere to turn. But that’s just not true. With the disability advocates at Hanley Disability in Indianapolis, you can receive the help you need to win the benefits you deserve.

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