Have you been denied Social Security Disability?
If you can’t work because of a disability, you may be entitled to Social Security Disability Benefits or Supplemental Security Income. We represent people at all stages of the appeal process. We work on a contingency-fee basis, meaning we do not get paid attorney fees unless you win your case.
Filing an application
- You can file your claim online at http://www.ssa.gov/applyfordisability/.
- You can also contact your local Social Security office and schedule an appointment to apply over the telephone.
- If you are denied benefits, you have 60 days to file an appeal.
How we can help
- We can help you complete Social Security forms.
- If you are denied benefits, we can review your claim and determine why it was denied.
- We can make sure that the necessary appeals documents are filed on time.
- We understand Social Security’s requirements for getting disability benefits, and can help you describe your condition effectively.
- We will contact your doctors and get relevant medical information.
- We will prepare you for your hearing and help present your case to an Administrative Law Judge.
- If necessary, we can appeal your denial to Federal Court.
Contact us now for a free consultation
- When you call our office, you will speak with a trained paralegal, who will ask you questions about your claim. It will help us if you have a copy of your most recent denial when you call. The paralegal will then schedule a time for you to discuss your claim with one of our attorneys.
Tips to help your Social Security claim
- See your doctor regularly about your disability and explain your condition thoroughly.
- Follow your doctor’s treatment advice.
- Notify your attorney about changes in your condition and/or treatment, and any hospitalizations or surgeries.
- If you have ever been told that you have a drug or alcohol problem, you should maintain sobriety, follow treatment advice, and attend AA or NA.