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Social Security Attorneys Prepare for Increased Baby Boomer SSI Claims
Date:8/6/2008

SSI law firm Berry and Associates is cautioning disabled consumers about longer waits to Social Security Disability cases. Lawyers are cautious that the increasing demands of the population have outpaced infrastructure capabilities within the Social Security Administration system.

Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) August 6, 2008 -- The population spike within Baby Boomer generation has influenced society throughout their lives. As this generation matures additional areas of society have adapted to the demand for Baby Boomer services. One area that is not keeping pace with the Boomers is wait times for Social Security Disability cases.

For many looking to receive Social Security Disability (SSI and SSDI), it can take two or three years to complete under the current system. This is a concern for http://www.nationaldisabilitylawyer.com/index.php/QA-Social-Security-Disability-Process-Question-and-Answer.html [Social Security attorney __title__ Social Security Disability attorneys], Matt Berry, Founder and Principal of Berry and Associates. The law firm's website nationaldisabilitylawyer.com offers disabled consumers help with navigating the Social Security system.

Berry, an experienced http://www.nationaldisabilitylawyer.com/ [Social Security Disability (SSI) lawyer __title__ Social Security lawyers, attorneys for SSI disability] has witnessed the increasing length of time a person has encountered within the disability system. The notion that a person submitting a SSI disability application today may wait two or three years to receive the benefits he is entitled to is alarming.

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