The application process can be complex, overwhelming, and very time consuming. We try to make the process of applying as simple as possible. We sit down with our clients and help them fill out the application. We will make sure that you understand the questions you are being asked before you answer them. We also understand how difficult it is for people who are disabled to travel. We can help people fill out their applications over the phone with them.
When you complete an application for Social Security disability benefits, you are submitting information to the federal government and swearing under the penalty of perjury that the information you provide is true. That is a key part of why it is helpful to have Evans & Evans represent you from the start.
Many firms tell clients to fill out their applications and call back once they are denied. Evans & Evans, however, likes to work together with our clients from day one. We review everything before it is submitted to Social Security. Our goal is to put you in the best position to win your claim.
These questionnaires are very helpful in a disability claim. We win many cases at the initial level because we work to get this information in your file from day one. We also sit down with you and provide a list of things you can do to help your claim succeed.
Once an application is submitted, Social Security will begin to send the claimant a high volume of additional forms to complete. When claimants apply on their own, they are often overwhelmed and distressed by the amount of information Social Security requests. With Evans & Evans, we continue to help our clients through the whole claims process. We help our folks fill out the numerous forms that Social Security sends out throughout the process. You will find that we are a valuable asset to have when it comes to assisting you in processing and filling out the required paperwork.
We believe it is very important that you get legal advice when filling out these documents, since how you fill them out can have a major impact on your claim.