A good lawyer can assist you in compiling the necessary documents to prove that you’re disabled and in need of your SSDI. They can also help you bypass any errors that might come up, especially since the process requires plenty of paperwork.
Another reason you might want to seek counsel is if you’ve suddenly stopped receiving your benefits. If the Social Security Insurance program thinks there’s reasonable doubt you don’t need money, or if you have returned to work, there’s a chance the program will cease funds. This can be a significant problem, especially if you have limited income, resources, and have dependents to take care of.