Disability attorneys or representatives can ONLY handle Social Security Disability matters
Disability attorneys or representatives handle Social Security Disability claims – both SSDI and SSI. They are qualified to file initial claims, file appeals, discuss your claim with Social Security Administration (SSA) and Disability Determination Services (DDS) personnel, request hearings, represent clients in a hearing before an administrative law judge (ALJ), and file appeals to the Appeals Council. However, they are not certified to represent claimants in Federal Court.
A disability attorney or representative is not a lawyer, but is eligible to practice within the first four tiers of the Social Security Disability process under Social Security’s rules. They can handle all aspects of a Social Security disability claim before it reaches the federal level. If you need to take your disability claim to the federal level, you will need a lawyer to represent you.
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