The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has put a great strain on people’s ability to file for social security disability. At present and for the foreseeable future, the Office of Hearings Operations (OHO) has put a hold on all in-person and video hearings.
However, applicants can still hold their hearings over the phone. Before having your hearing via telephone, it’s crucial you understand why you should not hold a phone hearing without an attorney.
With Good Reason
An attorney focusing on social security disability policy dedicates themselves and their business to understanding the factors that go into a successful claim. They know what documentation is needed to demonstrate your disability to the government. This might mean helping you find a doctor familiar with your condition or sending your doctor a questionnaire to ensure that you get all the documentation you need to make a strong case.
On the phone, an attorney can ensure that your case is as strong as possible. They can craft an articulate argument to make your claim as strong as possible and give you the best possible chance of recovering the social security disability income you and your family need to move forward.
Make the Call
Before scheduling your social security disability hearing, call the experienced attorneys at Rubin & Badame. If there is any possible way to earn your social security disability insurance, our attorneys will work hard to find it.
Our attorneys have the technology to remotely review your case and give you the best chance for a beneficial decision. With our technology, we hold your consultation over the phone. You can even sign all the necessary documents with your tablet, phone, or computer.
Do you need an attorney for your social security disability phone hearing? We can help! If you’d like an experienced Pennsylvania social security disability attorney from Rubin & Badame, Attorneys at Law, P.C. to evaluate your case, please send us an email or call (610) 595-4917.