Social Security Application and Appeal Assistance


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    You could be entitled to $3,148 per month!

    Compassionate, Aggressive and Successful Representation for Your Disability Case

    With You, Every Step of the Way

    • Initial Interview & Screening
    • Information Gathering
    • Case Submission
    • Appeal Submission
    • Hearing Preparation & Participation

    How Can We Help

    • Social Security Disability
    • Veterans Disability
    • Long Term Disability Cases
    • Disability Retirement Pensions

    Typically 2-4 months.

    Timeframes can vary due to:

    • The nature of a disability;
    • The completion and availability of medical documentation verifying disability
    • Need for additional Medical Exams that may be required by the SSA
    • Quality review periods
    • Appeals

    If you are approved for Social Security Disability, Past Due benefits (also known as “back payment” or “back pay”) becomes a part of your award. Once you are approved for disability benefits, all the money you should have been receiving from the date of your initial claim until your approval date will be calculated, awarded, and paid as a lump sum.

    The Social Security Administration periodically mails out a Social Security Statement to everyone.  This statement outlines your lifetime earnings and monthly potential eligible benefits. If you don’t have this statement you can access the SSA website or work with us to research your specific benefits.

    Yes. Social Security Disability benefits can be offset, or reduced, because of workers’ compensation benefits. In almost all cases, there may still be a Social Security disability benefits payout for approved claimants who may also be receiving workers’ compensation benefits.

    Social Security Disability benefits are more important than workers compensation in our opinion because Social Security Disability can last for the rest of your life.