LEGAL SERVICES
  SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY
Social Security Disability Insurance Benefits (DIB) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI). All types of disabilities, physical and mental.

Have you been denied, or are you worried about being denied by Social Security Administration?
Don't worry, roughly 2/3 of Initial Applicants (first stage) are denied. Of those who appeal to the second stage, roughly 2/3 are denied. Justice is not achieved until there is a Hearing before a Judge, so we appeal to the Hearing Stage. Call to discuss your case.

Are you worried about waiting for SSD benefits? 
When you are disabled, time matters, you need help.  Obtaining Social Security Disability/SSI is a process, it requires patience, and nothing can make the Social Security Administration move faster.  This is because the Social Security Administration currently has a huge backlog, and cases now take between 12 to 18 months (from date of Initial Application to a Hearing before an Administrative Law Judge).  We cannot make SSA move faster, however, we use this time to the client’s advantage to obtain medical records, and if necessary develop new medical/psychological evidence, and to fully prepare the case for victory.

Are you worried about all the paperwork involved in SSD appeals?
First Stage - Initial Application:  Most people file their Initial Application on their own.  You can apply by telephone, or Online, or in person at Social Security Administration.  After several weeks or months, Social Security Administration will send you a Determination Letter, telling you whether you have been approved for benefits, or denied.  If you are denied, don’t worry, roughly 2 out of every 3 Initial Applicants (2/3 of Initial Applicants) are denied at the first stage. You have 60 days from the date of the Determination Letter to appeal.  Call this Office to discuss your case. We handle all of the Appeal paperwork.
Second Stage – Request for Reconsideration (Appeal):  If you are denied at the Reconsideration stage, don’t worry, roughly 2 out of every 3 claimants who appeal to this stage are denied at the second stage. You have 60 days from the date of the Denial Letter to appeal.  Call this Office to discuss your case. We handle all of the Appeal paperwork.
Third Stage – Request for Hearing (Appeal):  When your case is appealed to the Hearing Stage, you are entitled to a Hearing before an Administrative Law Judge, who knows the Law.  Chances of approval at this stage increase dramatically. We handle all of the Appeal paperwork to get your case to this stage, obtain medical records, and if necessary develop new medical/psychological evidence, and to fully prepare the case for victory.

Are you worried about not being able to work?
It is difficult to be disabled and out of work.  Efforts are made to explore whether vocational rehabilitation is an option.

Are you worried about whether you will be awarded benefits?
All telephone calls from clients and prospective clients are returned same day, or within 24 hours.