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Bowman Disability Law represents clients applying for disability benefits as well as those working through the appeals process. Having dedicated most of his career to advocating for disabled people, our attorney is familiar with the necessary elements of different kinds of cases related to a disability.
As an SSDI law firm, we are prepared to accommodate the special needs of our clients facing mobility issues. We provide free case evaluations to all potential clients, no matter where they are in the process. Just a few of the conditions we evaluate and serve include:
More often than not, those who experience severe symptoms of their impairment approved the quickest. If the symptoms of your condition are less severe or harder to demonstrate, then the approval process can take more time. Regardless of how complex your case may be, our firm is ready to fight for the benefits that you rightfully deserve.
If you choose to let us represent you, then we will take it upon ourselves to become experts on your situation. Our Social Security disability lawyer will listen carefully to the experiences you share and review your medical records.
Over the last 25 years our attorney has been representing disability benefit claimants and understands the complexities of various conditions. It is through this understanding that we know how each claimant’s symptoms can affect their capacity to work.
By applying our knowledge of the Social Security Administration’s expectations, we can devise a legal strategy to present your claim in its best light.
Those experiencing the most severe symptoms of their condition are often approved immediately. However, the approval process may take more time if your symptoms are less severe or harder to demonstrate. Our firm can parse out even the most complex cases and fight for the benefits that are rightfully yours.
If you choose to let us represent you, we will take it upon ourselves to become experts on your situation. We will listen carefully to the experiences you share with us and review your medical records.
Having represented disability benefit claimants for more than 25 years, our attorney already understands the complexities of various conditions and how their symptoms can affect one’s capacity to work. By applying our knowledge of the Social Security Administration’s expectations, we can devise a legal strategy to present your claim in its best light.
SSI and SSDI claims are well-known for their long processing timeline. On average, getting an answer about your initial application can take anywhere from 4 to 6 months. Sometimes, this process, as well as the application for appeal, can take as long as 8 months. Waiting that long to hear the status of your application while being unable to work is frustrating to say the least. While hiring an attorney is not guaranteed to speed up your results, having legal representation may be instrumental to preventing delays in your application process. Our legal team will help you by:
For the average claimant filing alone, these tasks may feel overwhelming. However, to our SSD attorney, these tasks are simply part of everyday operations within our law office.
As a client of Bowman Disability Law, you will have our professional support through each step of applying for and receiving SSI and SSDI benefits. As one of the top disability lawyers in Northern Virginia, we are here to help you get the benefits you deserve.
Our attorney is confident in taking on the difficult cases and we stand by our commitments. Contact us today to learn more about what we can do for you or to schedule a FREE case evaluation.
It can take 90 days or more to receive your first check after being awarded disability benefits.
In rare cases, checks are lost, or other details on the check—including the amount—is inaccurate.
By the time a claimant reaches this step in the process, it can be frustrating for them to have to straighten out the details. Our attorney understands how your benefits are calculated and can help you advocate for your rights in this situation.
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