Friday, March 5, 2010

Social Security disability attorney Features Cincinnati Attorney blog Post

Here is the (every other) Friday Roundup of notable articles from the Social Security disability blogs. This Roundup includes an excellent new Social Security disability law audio podcast from Steven Butler:

Click above highlighted area to access the featured articles.

Social Security Disability Law Weekly Podcast – Episode 1 from the Delaware Disability Law blog published by Linarducci & Butler, PA

How to Describe Pain in a Disability Case from the Social Security Disability Blog

Another Reason You May Be Denied Your Social Security Disability Benefits from the Indiana Social Security Disability Attorney blog published by Tom S. Ebbinghouse

Why Do I Have To Give Social Security Disability My Work History, Don’t They Have It? from My Disability Blog published by Tim Moore

7 Keys to your Social Security Disability Application from the Cincinnati Social Security Disability Attorney blog published by Anthony Castelli

Get Your Doctor's Opinion Regarding Your Functional Limitations from the Social Security Disability Lawyer blog

Anthony Castelli Cincinnati social security disability attorney authors a social security disability help blog as well as a web site on personal injury, workers compensation, car accidends, motorcycle accidents and social security disability

Top 9 reasons to hire a Cincinnati Social Security Disability Attorney

You do not have to fight social security by yourself. Why gamble when this may be your only chance to win. Social security disability lawyers normally get their fee only if you win and get back benefits. Here are the top 9 reasons to use a cincinnati social security disability attorney

1. Been denied benefits already, you have to appeal in court and want help preparing the case for the judge.

2. Overwhelmed with the paperwork and would prefer to have to assistance to make certain the paperwork is filled out correct and all necessary medical information is included.

3. Some feel representative fee's are nominal compared total cash value and health insurance.

4. Your chances of winning increase!
Social security reports a 26% better chance of winning with an appeal with an attorney. In my opinion, the reason for this is because the representative has a better understanding of how the Social Security Administration decides your case, and what to do to support your decision.

5 You have tried to understand the process but know that you are probably missing something that may cause you to loose.

6. You want someone who knows what to ask for from your doctors that supports your case.

7. You want maximum PAST DUE BENEFITS. Representative's try to roll back the onset date of your disability so you get a larger back benefit check. And they have every incentive to do so . This is because they get paid up to 25% of this amount up to $6000

8 Saves you countless trips to Social Security

9. Representative's can uncover additional evidence that could be the slight edge for you in winning benefits. Advise you and prepare you and represent you at a hearing where there may be a social security doctor and vocational expert.

by cincinnati social security disability attorney Anthony Castelli. Call today 1-800-447-6549 to get the help you need to get what you deserve.

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

7 Keys to your Social Security Disability Application

Cincinnati social security disability Attorney gives 7 tips to help you with your social security Disability application:

Social security disability puts out much information , but a lot of it does not tell you what you really need to do to assure your best chance for winning your social security disability application. Read this to learn what to do.

1. How to Apply

There are two ways that you can apply for disability benefits. You can:

Apply at; or
Call our toll-free number, 1-800-772-1213, to make an appointment to file a disability claim at your local Social Security office or to set up an appointment for someone to take your claim over the telephone. The disability claims interview lasts about one hour. If you are deaf or hard of hearing, you may call our toll-free TTY number, 1-800-325-0778, between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. on business days. If you schedule an appointment, a Disability Starter Kit will be mailed to you. The Disability Starter Kit will help you get ready for your disability claims interview. The Disability Starter Kit is available online at

2. When should I apply and what Info do I need

You should apply for disability benefits as soon as you become disabled. It can take a long time to process an application for disability benefits (three to five months). To apply for disability benefits, you will need to complete an application for Social Security Benefits and the Disability Report. You can complete the Disability Report at You also can print the Disability Report, complete it and return it to your local Social Security office. Social security may be able to process your application faster if you help us by getting any other information we need.

The information we need includes:

Your Social Security number;
Your birth or baptismal certificate;
Names, addresses and phone numbers of the doctors, caseworkers, hospitals and clinics that took care of you and dates of your visits;
Names and dosage of all the medicine you take;

Do not delay applying for benefits if you cannot get all of this information together quickly. Social security will help you get it.

3. The most important person you need:

A competent treating doctor that does examinations and tests and is willing to support you.

4. The most important piece of evidence you need:

A residual functional capacity form, filled out by your doctor, that shows what your physical restrictions are.

5. The second most important piece of evidence is a mental fuctional capacity evaluation, filled out by your doctor, that talks about any concentration , mental or emotional disorders.

6. A consistent documentation of ongoing medical care.

7. If you get denied hire a great social security attorney to negotiate all the pitfalls and traps and represent you at a hearing in front of the federal administrative law jugde. They will usually only charge a fee out of any back benefit. So you have nothing to lose and everything to gain.

by Cincinnati social security disability attorney Anthony Castelli .Call Toony today at 1-800-447-6549 for the help you need to get the compensation you deserve.