Indianapolis disability lawyer Scott D. Lewis receives many telephone calls daily asking if a consultation is free or if the potential disability claimant has to pay to speak with him. The answer is simple, at the Law Office of Scott D. Lewis, the initial consultation is FREE. In order to assess whether you have what he believes to be a "valid" Social Security disability claim, Attorney Scott Lewis finds it necessary to discover preliminary information about the claimant to help sort out whether they have what he considers a "good" claim.
Some questions in the initial consultation between the potential client and Attorney Scott Lewis may include:
1. What is your current disability or disabilities?
2. How do your disabilities prevent you from working?
3. Are you currently working? If you are working, is it only on a part time basis?
4. Are you filing a Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) claim or a Supplemental Security Income (SSI) claim, or both?
5. If the Social Security Administration (SSA) has denied your claim, why were you denied?
6. Are you seeing medical professionals and do you have medical records describing your disabling condition?
While these are just a few of the questions Indianapolis Social Security Disability Attorney Scott Lewis may ask in his initial consultation, it is important for the potential Social Security disability client to ask and answer many other questions in order to get a good idea what their particular claim is about and what direction it should go in.
Most Social Security disability claimants are worried about cost. Indianapolis and other Indiana residents need to rest assured the initial consultation with Scott Lewis and his staff is of no cost to them. With that in mind, Social Security disability claimants should use this to their benefit and ask questions that concern them. Many fears the disability claimant may face are common in disability claims and many times Attorney Scott Lewis may give them a better understanding as what to expect in the disability claims process.
You don't need to have filed a Social Security disability claim to speak to Attorney Scott Lewis for a free evaluation of your case. If you are still working and in your near future believe you will be unable to work due to a disabling condition, or your physician has told you to stop working because of your condition, feel free to call Lawyer Scott D. Lewis for a free consultation. Also, if you have been denied and believe the Social Security Administration (SSA) has made a mistake in denying your disability benefits call Scott Lewis for a free evaluation of your case.
Indianapolis Attorney Scott Lewis represents Indiana residents with a wide variety of disabilities including arthritis, depression, back problems, bipolar disorder, diabetes, and many other conditions. If you or someone you know would like a free consultation call (317) 423-8888 today to discuss you case with a lawyer whose practice is focused on Social Security disability law.