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    Social Security Disability (SSDI) Benefits

    For those unable to work in connection with a disability, obtaining Social Security disability insurance (SSDI) benefits can be a complicated and frustrating experience. Follow these steps when applying for SSDI benefits:
    Apply for Benefits
    This seems obvious, but there are some guidelines: First, you should obtain a legal screening to see if you qualify for SSDI benefits. At The Law Offices of Regis Mullen & Shane Mullen, we provide a FREE case screening to determine if you qualify.

    You may have already applied for and been denied benefits. If so, we can take your case at whatever stage it is in. If you have applied and qualify for benefits, we can be by your side through the very last appeal.

    Be Timely

    Because the process of applying for SSDI benefits is heavily affected by deadlines, it is imperative that the necessary documents are filed in a timely fashion. The possibility that you may wish to appeal an adverse decision is just one reason this is important. We assist our clients through multiple levels of appeal, including hearings before administrative law judge.

    Seek Legal Assistance

    Often, those applying for SSDI benefits avoid seeking legal assistance for fear of excessive fees. For your convenience, The Law Offices of Regis Mullen & Shane Mullen, Inc. does not ask for money down to start working on your case. Likewise, we take no fee unless we are able to get you disability benefits. This means we don't get paid unless you do. Contact our Texas law firm for a free legal consultation.

    If you or a loved one is applying for SSDI benefits, call The Law Offices of Regis Mullen & Shane Mullen, Inc. now at (214) 747-5240 or CLICK HERE TO SUBMIT A SIMPLE CASE FORM.


    The above is not legal advice. That can only come from a qualified attorney who is familiar with all the facts and circumstances of a particular, specific case and the relevant law.

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    Friday 31st of October 2014