Victor Malca – Your Trusted Social Security Disability Attorney In Miami, Florida
Looking to increase your chances of getting approved for disability benefits in Florida? Atty. Victor Malca, an experienced and trusted social security disability attorney in Miami Florida, can help.
Social Security Disability Benefits in Miami, Florida, just like the rest of the country, is managed by the Social Security Administration (SSA). So to get disability benefits, you must meet the eligibility requirements set forth by the SSA.
Unfortunately, applying for a social security disability benefit in Miami, Florida, is not that easy. Up to 65% of initial applications are denied by the SSA. Most of those who filed a Request for Reconsideration was also denied. Plus, applicants have to wait for up to two years to schedule a disability hearing. Then it will take another 2 to 3 months for the judge to release a decision.
To make the process faster, we will help you ensure that your application won’t be denied the first time. We’ll help you secure medical evidence and other necessary supporting documents to increase your chances of getting approved. Our long list of satisfied clients is proof that we never give up until your disability benefits claims are granted.
In this comprehensive guide, we’ll tell you everything you need to know about claiming social security disability benefits in Miami Florida, and how a social security disability lawyer can make the process easier for you.
How to Apply for Social Security Disability Benefits in Miami, Florida
There are three ways to apply for social security disability benefits in Miami Florida: online, in person, or by phone.
Online application for SSDI requires that you are 18 years and older, not currently receiving any social security benefits and have not been denied disability benefits in the last 60 days.
Having pertinent information will also make the online application process much easier. The system will ask for your and your spouse’s (current and former) social security number and date and place of birth. You also have to provide your date and place of marriage and date of divorce or death (if applicable). The names and birthdates of your minor children will also come in handy as well as your banking information. Details about your medical condition and work are needed too.
If you don’t qualify for online application and live too far away or are not capable of traveling, you can always apply by phone. Just call 800-772-1213 or the local SSA office in Plantation, Florida, at +1 800-772-1213. If you are deaf or hard of hearing, you may call 800-325-0778 to help you. The SSA will still ask for your social security number to start your application. Your social security disability lawyer can also do this for you.
You can also visit your local SSA office to submit your application in person. Make sure to call them beforehand for an appointment. They’re open Monday to Friday from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.
What to Do if Your Application Gets Denied
If the SSA decides that you are not qualified for the social security benefit you’ve applied for, they will send you a notice saying so. Also in it are instructions on how to appeal the decision and the time period in which you are allowed to do so.
Appeals can be made online, by phone, or by personally visiting their office. You may call 1-800-772-1213 toll-free to request an appeal or schedule an appointment.
Or you can visit Victor Malca Law at our office for legal assistance on how to properly appeal your case. We have the best social security disability lawyers in Florida who are very much willing to offer a free consultation. We also offer workers compensation lawyer services.
Victor Malca Law – A Trusted Name in Florida
Victor Malca has over 27 years of litigation experience, we are the most trusted social security disability lawyers in Florida. Our area of expertise is in representing injured workers on compensation benefit cases and helping disabled individuals claim social security disability benefits from our office in Plantation Florida.
Our unwavering advocacy for employee rights and privileges are also recognized by our peers. Book a free consultation today.