Get your disability benefits faster with a Compassionate Allowance.

In 2008, the Social Security Administration started the Compassionate Allowance initiative, so that people with serious or life-threatening disabilities, like cancer or early-onset Alzheimer’s disease, could get the benefits they need without having to wait for several months for an approval. In our last blog, we went into detail about what Compassionate Allowances are and how you can apply for one. If you read our last blog, then you already know that there really isn’t anything you can do to specially apply for a Compassionate Allowance, but our Social Security attorney in Louisville can still help!

How can our Social Security lawyer help you?

If your illness or injury is listed as one of the Compassionate Allowance conditions, your application should be set on a fast track for approval. However, in order for the Social Security Administration to put you on that fast track, there needs to be clear and concise evidence of your condition plainly stated in your application. Although these cases are generally quicker and easier than most Social Security issues, our lawyer can work with you to ensure that your application is properly set up to be placed into the Compassionate Allowances program.

Whether you are just starting to fill out your Social Security disability application or you believe that you qualify for a Compassionate Allowance and you have yet to hear back from the Social Security Administration, our Social Security attorney in Louisville can help. Contact us today to schedule your free consultation.