Can I wait for a while before I decide to hire a lawyer?
The value of seeking the help of a lawyer experienced in the area of disability law cannot be overemphasized. Many claimants feel overwhelmed, as most of their energy is spent trying to overcome their disability. It is understandable that the work involved in filing a disability claim might come much further down on your priority list. Waiting too long to involve a lawyer in your claim may make the process even longer and more drawn out. It is always better to find an experienced lawyer and involve them at an early stage. In addition to moving your claim along more smoothly, a lawyer can also advise you on other resources that are open to you.
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