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We have been winning Social Security Disability cases all over America since 1975 – so we are well aware that you really do “have enough to worry about.” Our job is to make life a little easier for you; we know many of our clients are living “on the edge,” because they’ve been waiting for their Social Security benefits for a long time. Unlike many of our competitors, we’ll take your case from the very beginning. We know where all the potential traps are, so your application has a better chance of success when we take it from the beginning. We’ve been doing this for claimants for a very long time. We handle cases at all stages: initial, reconsideration, the hearing and unlike most of our competitors, we stand by our clients if they’ve been denied.
If you have a disability and the prognosis is that your disability is expected to last a year or more (or one that has lasted that long) and your doctor says you cannot work anymore, you may be able to apply for Social Security Disability benefits. Below are just some of the types of disabilities our clients have experienced.
There are many types of mental health disorders but they can be broken down into a few categories. Anxiety disorders include panic disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorders, and phobias.
Orthopedics is defined as a branch of medicine concerned with a correction or prevention of deformities, disorders or injuries of the skeleton and associated structures.
Cardiovascular disease generally refers to conditions that involve narrowed or blocked blood vessels that could cause chest pain (angina), stroke or a heart attack.
Neurological disorders can be very debilitating – debilitating enough to be considered a disability. A neurological disorder of the limbs can lead to amputations and infections.
Americans like to work. We like to earn our own way. And most of us do exactly that for most of our lives. But some of us aren’t that lucky. Some of us get hurt or get sick and simply can’t go on working as before. Find out if you’re eligible today. Call us or fill out our free evaluation form and one of our experienced staff members will contact you.