For many people, losing a spouse is the worst thing they have ever had to live through. Not only are they losing their companion, they end up worrying about paying for housing, food, health care – the list goes on. For some, Disabled Widow Benefits (DWB) may offer the solutions. It is available both for men and women who are were disabled before their spouse died, or within seven years of their spouse’s death.
If you believe you may qualify for DWB, we highly recommend you contact an experienced social security attorney as soon as possible. At The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker we are standing by to take your call at 800-333-0000.
Advocates Can Help but You Need an Attorney
It is true that Social Security Advocates are there to help and they can be a great first step in understanding the basics of available programs. However, we do not recommend that you trust you entire application to them. They are not attorneys and the range of services they can provide are limited.
On the other hand, when you work with an attorney like The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker, you can trust that you will get top-quality help at every stage of the case. We have partnered with another large, successful law firm to ensure that you will have personalized attention at every step of the process including:
- Determining if you qualify for benefits
- Gathering documentation to support your application
- Filing paperwork
- Keeping essential deadlines in mind
- Obtaining medical benefits
- Appealing any claim denials
- Representation at your Administrative Law Judge hearing, if applicable
This can be complex process and we strongly recommend that you have an experienced attorney on your side.
Get the Benefits You Deserve by Working with an Experienced Lawyer
There are many situations in which it is cost-effective to do it yourself. Applying for DWB is not one of them. If you do not have the help of an experienced lawyer, you could end up making one of many common mistakes that could reduce your compensation.
Examples of things that can lower your chances of getting what you deserve include leaving out medical details, getting dates wrong, not including a complete work history, making errors when disclosing financial information, using the wrong code numbers, using the wrong ID numbers, or other types or errors that could slow down the process of your application being considered.
We Offer No-Risk Representation
The good news about work with The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker is that there is no risk. We take your case on a contingency basis, which means that if you quality for benefits and we take your case, you do not owe us a penny until we secure your benefits. There is no risk and no reason not to call us at 800-333-0000 now for your free legal consultation.