Success in Social Security disability claims is often determined by Social Security's assessment of "residual functional capacity." That "capacity" is typically adopted from reports of physicians hired by Social Security who have never even examined the claimant. We obtain the actual records and correspond with the client's treating physicians to establish and present the true residual functional capacity.
We have over thirty years of experience representing disabled persons in the application and appeals process and in hearings before Administrative Law Judges. Our fees are contingent on a successful recovery and we do not charge for consultations.
Many disabled people are unaware that if they are successful in a claim for Social Security Disability they will become entitled to Medicare benefits. There are few things more frightening than being unable to work and having no way of paying for medical care. Do not risk having your claim for disability and Medicare benefits denied because the evidence of your disability was never adequately presented in your case. We can help.
You don't have to live with pain and discomfort. Let us provide you with the help you need. Call today.
Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income are federal programs developed to provide financial assistance to the disabled. Qualifying for either program requires a thorough understanding of the law and the experience to cut through the maze of federal regulations.