Waiting for your SSD application to be processed can be extremely stressful. The process can take months to complete and even once your application has been examined, there is a chance that your claim will be denied, which will require you to look into filling an appeal. Instead of focusing on your health and well-being, you’re stuck worrying about paperwork and clerical errors.
If you or a loved one has a serious medical condition, you may be able to expediate this process. Back in 2008, the government introduced the Compassionate Allowance Program as a means of expediting your SSD claim if you have certain medical conditions, yet understanding if your specific medical condition applies for this program can be confusing.
At Harbison & Kavanagh, we don’t think you should have to waste your time navigating through another government-based assistance program alone, let our Richmond Social Security disability attorneys stand behind you and guide you through the process.
If you have a medical condition that is listed within the Compassionate Allowance Program, your Social Security disability claim should be expedited. There is no formal application for this program, yet your social worker or doctor should inform Social Security of your condition so you can obtain some assistance from Social Security or find out the status of your application. In the event that you are denied SSD benefits, an attorney from our firm can work with you to appeal the claim.
At Harbison & Kavanagh, we have the tenacity and knowledge necessary to fight for the benefits that you deserve. We genuinely care about the well-being of our clients and make it our priority to make sure that they are treated with the utmost respect and compassion. Our firm primarily focuses on cases involving Social Security and helping those in need and are here to assist you.
For more information regarding the services of our Richmond Social Security disability lawyers, or to set up a free consultation, contact us at 804.823.2050 today!