Helped Generations Of Families With Social Security Disability
In order to be eligible for Social Security Disability (SSD/SSDI) benefits, you must show an inability to work. In other words, if you are no longer able to perform the job you once held and are unable to perform any other type of job, and this has been your status for at least one year, you may qualify for SSD/SSDI. Although this appears to be a straightforward process, SSD/SSDI claims are denied all of the time. That is why it is important to seek help from an experienced lawyer who can help guide you through the SSD/SSDI claims process.
With more than 30 years of legal experience in disability claims (10 as a managing paralegal and 21 as an attorney), I have helped numerous people with both physical and mental impairments receive the benefits to which they are entitled. Where others have failed, I can advise you as to how we can secure your benefits. To find out how I may be able to help you, call my law office serving all of Dallas and Collin Counties at 972-301-8324. All my disability cases are usually heard in Dallas, Texas. You do not have to come to my office because getting out for the disabled is often difficult.
Strengthening Your Claim
The SSD/SSDI application process can be complicated and frustrating. When people who are already experiencing a financial strain have their claims denied, the stress can be overwhelming. I can help you strengthen your claim by:
- Gathering the necessary medical records and/or doctor statements
- Analyzing your medical evidence with the Social Security requirements
- Helping you prepare for your Social Security hearing, if necessary
Prior to law school, I studied to become a nurse, so I understand and have a unique level of training in comparison to others regarding the challenges that people with disabilities and their family members face. When you hire me, I will personally handle every aspect of your claim, unlike the faceless companies that purport to help with SSD/SSDI matters. Don’t pay a non-attorney representative the same as you would an attorney. Social Security regulates the fee so everyone charges the same. I only get paid if I win your claim!