What You Need To Know About Applying for Benefits

It may surprise you to know that you can apply for Social Security Disability benefits without the assistance of an attorney. However, almost all applications for Social Security Disability benefits are initially denied. Often, individuals applying on their own overlook many important details and provide incorrect, incomplete or unnecessary information. Providing the wrong types of information to the Social Security Agency may be the reason your case is initially denied.

At Schott Mauss & Associates, we know what information is important to provide the Social Security Administration because we have decades of experience helping people through the application process. For example, we know how to complete applications highlighting your disabilities and how to attach important medical evidence in support of your claim.

We are here to help you determine all the Social Security Disability programs you are eligible for. We can complete and submit your initial application in an accurate and efficient manner. This process always starts with a free consultation.

Enlisting An Experienced Attorney From The Beginning Can Save You Time And Energy

If you apply for Social Security Disability benefits on your own and you are denied, you may have to restart the entire process. This may cause an unnecessary loss of time, energy and money. The reality of most people applying for disability benefits is that they often need the benefits they deserve as soon as possible. The Social Security Disability process is not quick or easy - it can take considerable time for your claim to be approve. However, having one of the experienced attorneys at Schott Mauss & Associates handle your claim from the outset will help you avoid any unnecessary problems. Our primary purpose is to win you the benefits that you deserve as quickly and as efficiently as possible, so you can go on living your life.

Call For A Free Consultation Today

Call a lawyer at our Des Moines office today at 877-649-2760 or contact us online. We are here to listen and help.