If your claim for social security disability was denied, don't give up! I have won thousands of disability cases after my clients were turned down by Social Security. I can file an appeal for you and take Social Security to court.
I can handle your case online without the need for an office visit. You pay me nothing up front. In fact, my services are free unless I win your appeal and you recover benefits.
For a free evaluation of your claim call me at (404) 250-7000, or fill out the form below and click “Submit.” I look forward to hearing from you.
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What I Do for My Clients:
I do the following for my clients who have been turned down for social security disability:
- I contact the Social Security Administration (SSA) to determine the “level” of the client's claim and file the appropriate appeal. I file the appeal online directly with the SSA.
- I file all Forms and paperwork needed for a decision to be made on the claim. These forms can include a Disability Report Form 3368; a Work History Report Form 3369; and Medical and Job Worksheet; a Disability Report Form 3368, etc.
- Once an adjudicator at SSA is assigned to the case, I continue to work with him or her to provide the documentation and evidence necessary for a ruling on the claim as soon as possible.
- I contact all of the client's medical providers (doctors, hospitals, etc.) and request all medical records that will help document the client's disabilities.
- I submit these medical records to SSA. To speed up the process I scan the records to the SSA using a specially designated bar code that SSA provides me.
- If appropriate, I file a Motion for an “On the Record” decision. If granted, this will allow my client to start receiving social security disability benefits sooner, without the necessity of a court Hearing.
- If appropriate, I file a “Dire Need” Request with the SSA, requesting that a decision be made as soon as possible because of financial or other difficulties my client is experiencing.
- I continue to contact (i.e. “bother”) the adjudicator or the Administrative Law Judge's office via phone, letters and emails to make sure that my client's case is being worked on and not “put on the back burner.”
- If a Hearing is scheduled before an Administrative Law Judge, I normally will appear in person at the Hearing to present evidence and argue the case to the Judge.
- If a Favorable decision is made and my client is granted disability benefits, I work with the SSA Payment Processing Center to coordinate payment of disability checks to my client.
- Most importantly, I maintain contact with my client to keep him or her informed of their case, every step of the way.
What I Charge
There is not attorney fee of any kind unless and until I win your claim and you are awarded back benefits. In that case, the attorney fee is 25% of the back benefits only, subject to a statutory fee cap. Usually the SSA sends me the fee separately. My client receives 75% of past due benefits and 100% of ongoing benefit payments.