Research Disability Law

Mar 17, 2011 No Comments by

Many people who are disabled want to research disability law before they ever file a claim for Social Security disability benefits. This is a good idea if you don’t get carried away with it. The problem is that those who want to research disability law want a definite answer to the question “Will I be approved for Social Security disability benefits?” and usually there is no definite answer to the question. A person can research disability law for years, getting poorer all the time, instead of accepting that the fact that there is some uncertainty in the Social Security disability process. Often people wait until they are destitute before they ever file a claim.

If you want to research disability law, take a look at these sources, but don’t put off filing your claim:

People who research disability law need to get on with filing their claim and hiring an attorney who has already done the research. It’s not a good idea to make your Social Security claim a do-it-yourself project. There’s too much on the line.

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Charles Hall is the lead attorney for the Charles Hall Law Firm in Raleigh, NC. He has been practicing in the Social Security Disability law field since 1979, is published, and is ready to help new clients win their benefits in North Carolina.