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The Timeline for Receiving Social Security Disability Benefits
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Live webinar took place on Thursday, May 28th
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"How long will it take to receive my benefits?" This is one of the most common questions we receive at Affleck & Gordon.
Join us as we discuss the steps in receiving your Social Security disability benefits and some tips on how to win your case.
This webinar will discuss the different levels of the appeal process including:
- The average wait time for a hearing
- Timeline for reconsiderations
- How to best expedite the process
The process to receive benefits can seem to take an eternity. But you’re not alone in this trying time. The right legal team can help you navigate the complex system of appealing for the benefits you deserve and help you successfully apply for the disability benefits that will make life simpler.
About the Presenters
Harry Brenner, Attorney at Law
Harry has represented clients in over 1,000 social security disability hearings. He works on cases at the Initial, Reconsideration, Hearing, and Appeals Council levels of review. He has appealed and fought many denied claims over the years.
Harry enjoys meeting new clients in the Metro Atlanta communities, and is a member of the Georgia Bar Association and Atlanta Bar Association. Harry prides himself on going the extra step for his clients to ensure they get the benefits they deserve despite the hurdles and obstacles along the way.
Allison Affleck, Attorney at Law
At Affleck and Gordon, Allison focuses primarily on Social Security Disability cases. She continues to earn the respect of judges and of her clients for her professionalism, attention to detail and commitment to providing personalized, effective representation.
Allison is currently a member of the Georgia Bar Association, Georgia Trial Lawyers Association and also a part of the HeLP Legal Services Clinic, where she worked on children’s SSI disability cases.
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