The Government Shutdown
It’s a tough time right now for a lot of folks. Many folks live paycheck to paycheck. And if you’re depending on a social security check, it’s frightening and frustrating all at the same time.
If you receive social security disability checks, or any measure of supplemental security income, or you’re in the process of filing a new claim, you’re in for a very frustrating time of it with the government being shutdown.
Upstate NY and Syracuse one of the longest waits in the country
It was just on the news recently that the social security disability situation in Upstate NY and Syracuse, NY in particular, was one of the top ten longest waits in the country to process your social security disability claim. And that’s even before you get your benefits check. That’s just to get a hearing!
You’ll have another four to six MONTHS before they’ll issue you your DENIAL for claims, which is pretty much standard. You get denied. That’s why so many cases have to go to court for social security disability. And what’s worse, this situation existed BEFORE the government shutdown. So imagine now?
We do this for a living
Here at Stanley Law Offices, we have a dedicated team to worker’s compensation and social security disability. We do this for a living. So we know it’s frustrating for people. The situation truly nearly mandates that you have to have a lawyer to represent you who understands the process. If you’re in this situation, it’s incredibly unfortunate. Getting an attorney to help you is really the best way to go because it’s a system that requires legal help.
As part of the Team at Stanley Law, Joe Stanley has Megan Fallon, Sheila Fallon, and Arthur Bigsby dedicated to worker’s compensation and social security disability cases. This is all they do and they’ve dedicated their professional lives to helping people just like you. Don’t go it alone. Phone 1-800-608-3333 or email Megan Fallon at MFallon@StanleyLawOffices.com or Joe Stanley at Joe@StanleyLawOffices.com. We have offices in Syracuse, Watertown, Binghamton, Rochester, and Montrose, PA.