Help For Disabled Persons
The process of waiting for progress on your disability claim can be long, frustrating and discouraging. Know that we will do everything in our power to help you through this difficult time. One of the best tools to help you manage frustration is knowledge. The more you know about the process, the more empowered you are to deal with the emotions that might arise.
Start by carefully reviewing the process page on this site, where we’ve outlined every step in the process and the amount of time you can expect to wait for responses at each stage. You can also review the list of frequently-asked-questions, below, to learn even more. But rest assured—at every stage of this process, you are not alone. We’re here to help you, to guide you, and to listen to your needs.
Frequently Asked Questions
The wait for a hearing is long and we know that. We understand and sympathize with your dire financial situation. We have met with the Chief Judge about this and he has given us stern instruction about when we may request an expedited hearing. 1.) If you have received a foreclosure notice and are about to lose your home, or 2.) Your condition has been diagnosed as terminal. If either of these conditions arises for you, contact us immediately. Otherwise, we ask for your patience and trust that we are doing everything we can to prepare for your day in court.
- By keeping us advised of any changes in your situation.
- By keeping your medical appointments.
- By keeping the faith that The Law Offices of Lori A. Gaglione is working for you.