Social Security Disability
Many Americans who become disabled may not know that they may be eligible to receive Social Security Disability Insurance disability benefits from the United States Social Security Administration. Perhaps you filed for SSDI previously and were denied. In fact, approximately 2 out of every 3 claims now get denied initially by the Social Security Administration. Without effective advocacy, it is often extremely difficult for one who becomes disabled, through no fault of their own, to obtain a favorable decision from the Social Security Administration. It has been proven that an applicant’s chances to obtain a favorable decision increases when represented by an attorney.
Our office will seek to address any concerns or questions that you may have and provide a preliminary evaluation of your current situation or denied application at no cost to you. We will help to navigate you through the “red tape” of the often onerous and confusing process which includes the following steps:
- Initial application filing
- Reconsideration of denied application
- Hearing before Administrative Law Judge
- Appeals Council Review
- Appeal before Federal District Court
If you have applied for disability benefits and have been denied, do not be discouraged, our firm will seek to secure a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge where your claim has a better chance of getting approved.
Kevin Jones is a proud member of the National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives.