Social Security denies disability applications just when people need their benefits the most. You've paid your employment taxes your whole working life. It's time for Social Security to live up to its end of the bargain. Don't let them take away your benefits..

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Disability Case Representation

Unlike some who advertise, I am a local attorney. I have been practicing law and representing disabled or injured clients for over 25 years. You can make an appointment to come see me whenever its convenient. If you prefer, we can do everything by telephone or video conference (except, of course, the Hearing). We will meet and prepare at least a couple of times before the Hearing to make sure you are ready, know what to expect, and know how to handle yourself. And unlike some representatives, I don't limit my practice to the easy cases just so I can claim a higher win rate.

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1. Your Benefits: You've paid into the system with every paycheck that had taxes taken out. Social Security has taken its share every time. Now that your ill or injured, and your doctor agrees that you cannot return to work, it's time for your benefits to be approved.

2. Hire a Lawyer: Schedule a free consultation, below. Obviously I want to represent people (it's my job), but I am willing to meet with you for free, just to talk about your case, how strong it is, what can be done to make it stronger, and what you can expect from the process.

3. Attorney Fees: I get paid only when we win your case. And my fees are closely regulated by Social Security. I limit my fee to no more than 25% of past due benefits; I never charge a fee on your continuing monthly benefits after we win; and my fee is capped at $6,000.

4: Fighting on Appeal: Call for an appointment or appeal packet, while there's still time remaining after your denial. There's no reason to give in, and no reason to appear without an attorney at your side.

Disabling Conditions

There are many possible disabling conditions. These are some of the more common ones:

Wheelchair link to disabilities of Back and Spine

Back and Spine

Social Security often denies claims based on back pain, because only you know how bad the pain actually is. With the right evidence, we can win back pain cases

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Wheelchair link to disabilities of Seizures


Seizure cases are difficult. Social Security wants evidence that your seizures have been witnessed by medical personnel--not family or friends. Winning a case requires presenting good evidence.

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Wheelchair link to disabilities of Psychiatric Issues

Psychiatric Issues

Social Security denies most claims for psychiatric disabilities. Depression and anxiety, autism spectrum disorder, slowness in thinking--these and others are often denied.

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Wheelchair link to disabilities of Neurological pain and limitations


Injury and damage to nerves--and the pain that goes along with it-- can be hard to measure. This can make a case hard to win. But handled correctly, an appeal can be won.

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Chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia appeals can be difficult. The cause of these diseases are unknown, and there is no test that definitively identifies the presence of either. It takes work and needs the help of your doctor.

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Wheelchair link to disabilities of heart as well as lung impairments

Heart and lung issues

Both heart and lung diseases are common causes of disability claims. With the right medical evidence to back up claims of shortness of breath, lightheadedness/dizziness, extreme fatigue, and other related limitations, these cases winnable.

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Wheelchair link to disabilities of autominune impairments

Autoimmune disorders

Rheumatoid Arthritis, Systemic Lupus Erythmatosus (SLE), Multiple Sclerosis, immune-related issues such as Crohn's or Irritable Bowel Syndrome-all and more can justify an award of disability benefits.

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Other disabling impairments that may deserve disability benefits


There are many other conditions that can be disabling- some of which are quite rare.

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Obviously, I want to represent people who need to appeal social security disability denials. But I am willing to talk to you, and go over your case, the procedures, the inclinations of the Judges, etc, without charge. Hopefully after talking to me, you'll want me to represent you. But if not, I still won't charge you.