Rogers, AR Social Security Disability Attorneys


SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY BENEFITS

Each year in the United States millions of Americans receive some form of social security disability benefits. Approximately 17.5% of adults suffer from functional limitations that make it difficult to perform daily tasks.

Disabling conditions are relatively common among adults, but obtaining social security disability benefits can be difficult due to the complex process. It can take months even years before your SSD claim gets approved or even denied. That is why it is critical to have a team of experienced SSD lawyers on your side to help you get through the process and help your claim be approved faster.

Your work and medical history are extremely important when filing for SSD benefits. Make sure to keep a detailed record of all medical conditions, doctor visits, and medical records; this is critical. At Caddell Reynolds, your case will be handled by an experienced Arkansas Social Security Disability attorney who will make sure your files are up to date and filed properly.

If your disability prevents you from working and earning an income and you’ve worked enough “quarters” (and earned enough of an income) to qualify for Social Security retirement benefits, you may also qualify for Social Security Disability.


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Caddell Reynolds has been serving Arkansas & Oklahoma clients for many years. Our experienced Rogers social security disability attorneys are dedicated to finding solutions to problems for our clients. Contact us at one of our offices near you for a free consultation.
Rogers Office:
211 Second Street, Rogers, AR 72756
800-671-4100

Contact us today to schedule a free consultation about your case at our Rogers office, which is located at 211 Second Street, Rogers, AR, 72756. We can also meet at a location that is more convenient for you.

To schedule a free consultation with one of our attorneys, fill out the contact form at the bottom of this page, or call Caddell Reynolds Injury Law at 800-671-4100.


Rogers is a city in Benton County, Arkansas. Located in the northwest portion of Arkansas, it is part of the Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers Metropolitan area, and contains a population of 55,964 citizens. This makes it the eighth most populous city in the state. The city gets its name from Captain Brent Elliott Rogers, who was vice president and manager of the Frisco Railway.

Rogers Legal Resources:

Arkansas Bar Association– The ArkBar represents its members’ interests, provides money-saving services, promotes the profession, and alerts members to the issues created by proposed legislation that affect their law practice.

Benton County Clerk – The Benton County Clerk is responsible for licensing and certifications, including marriage, in addition to voter registration and elections. The County Clerk also serves as the court secretary for the probate and county court, as well as additional duties to the quorum court.

Benton County Courts Office – The Benton County Courts Office handles data entry of files with regards to the court, maintenance of the files for all courts, and maintenance of the dockets for the Circuit Judges.

 

Roughly two out of every three Social Security Disability claims are denied after the initial filing. Therefore, it is critical you build a strong claim from the start by submitting the right information and following all federal guidelines. To give your claim stability, avoid some of the easy-to-make mistakes that could easily obliterate your chances of seeing a successful outcome after filing a Social Security Disability claim.

1. CONTINUING TO WORK AFTER APPLYING FOR DISABILITY

If you continue to work after filing a Social Security Disability claim in any capacity, it compromises your credibility with the Social Security Administration (SSA). When you file your initial claim, you are stating that you cannot perform tasks for monetary gain. Working discredits this statement completely.

2. NOT RECEIVING ADEQUATE MEDICAL CARE FOR YOUR CONDITION

Medical records inform a large part of the determination process after you have filed for Social Security Disability. If you are not getting adequate medical attention while your claim is in a pending status, the SSA will have little information documented to confirm your claims of disability.

3. NOT ADHERING TO YOUR DOCTOR’S ADVICE

If you do not take prescribed medications or undergo a recommended surgery for your condition, this can have a negative impact on your case. The SSA will often use information about how you adhere to your doctor’s advice to determine your credibility when it comes to your proclaimed medical condition. If you are not following sound medical advice, it may be assumed that your condition is not as disabling as you have claimed.

4. DISREGARDING AN UNSUPPORTIVE DOCTOR AND STAYING UNDER THEIR CARE

Your primary care provider plays a crucial role when filing a Social Security Disability claim because their input is important. In fact, your doctor has to fill out a medical resource form on your behalf. A doctor who is not supportive of you filing a claim will encourage you to get back to work and may even be hesitant about accurately reflecting your condition in medical records used to determine your eligibility. If your doctor is not supportive or unhelpful, seek another health care provider.

5. FILING FOR OR RECEIVING UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS

Unemployment benefits are provided for displaced employees who are capable of working, but have lost their employment status. If you file for or receive these benefits, you are stating that you are capable of working; therefore, you could compromise your ability to obtain Social Security Disability approval.

6. NOT APPROPRIATELY PREPARING FOR A HEARING

It can take as long as a year to obtain a hearing in front of an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ), so being prepared is always in your best interest. Gather recent medical records, know your case file, speak with your doctor, and consult with an attorney in advance to make sure you are well prepared for the hearing.

7. NOT FOLLOWING THE STATUS OF YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY CLAIM

With so many applicants to contend with, the SSA can make mistakes, lose paperwork, or skip informing you if your claim has been denied or if you need to take further action. You need to be proactive rather than reactive when it comes to filing a Social Security Disability claim. Check the status of your claim online or call the Arkansas DDSSA office at 501-682-3030.

8. ASSUMING THAT YOU CANNOT AFFORD LEGAL REPRESENTATION

Legal representation with a qualified Social Security Disability attorney in Arkansas is a valuable asset to your claim. An experienced attorney can build the best case to support your claim and help you during the appeals process if you are denied disability. In most cases, you will only be charged for your attorney’s out-of-pocket expenses while working on your case.

Seeing a successful outcome after filing a Social Security Disability claim is dependent on the actions you take once you have submitted it. If you would like to know more about mistakes you should avoid with your Social Security Disability claim in Arkansas, contact the attorneys at Nolan Caddell Reynolds at 866-242-0452 for more information.