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Social Security Disability Process Aided by Expert Legal Guidance

Brandon, FL (Law Firm Newswire) September 22, 2011 - Individuals seek Brandon Social Security disability lawyer David W. Magann’s legal expertise every day. Recently, he was helping a client that had multiple conditions that made him disabled. Other clients come to Magann’s law firm after they are frustrated with the Social Security disability process.

“SSDI is a maze of paperwork, attention to fine details, and meeting the government’s definition of disabled,” said David Magann, Esq. “It is a tough process to do alone. I help people who are frustrated with the process up front or have been denied benefits when it is clear that they deserve them.”

Magann focuses on getting all the medical records and having a thorough work history at the time of an individual’s application. The Social Security Administration (SSA) evaluates the full medical history of the individual, and does not just decide on an award if they see a medical examiner’s claim that the individual has a moderate or severe disability. Oftentimes, there are multiple degrees of disability that a person is dealing with.

“Disability comes in many forms – physical and mental – and since the process can be lengthy, it is not rare for a person’s condition to get worse as a decision is made by the SSA,” Magann said.

A qualified SSDI attorney will help their client go for the highest disability rating possible. The SSDI must evaluate all the evidence when deciding on the SSDI award, including the likelihood for the conditions to remain for a year or more.

“Individuals should get legal guidance early on in the SSDI process,” said Magann. “We help with every step and give you clear answers so that you can focus on getting the medical care you need.”

Magann advises that individuals should get a qualified, Florida Bar licensed attorney that has ample experience in SSDI applications and hearings. He has conducted more than 1,000 hearings and takes a hands-on approach to successfully represent a client. To learn more about the Brandon Social Security disability attorney David W. Magann and his law practice, go to http://www.brandonssa.com/ or call 813-657-9175.

David W. Magann, P.A.
156 W. Robertson St.
Brandon, FL 33511
Call: (813) 657-9175

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