The overwhelming majority of Social Security Disability and SSI claims are denied at the initial claim and reconsideration levels. This is why most claimants will eventually go to a hearing with an administrative law judge (ALS). It’s at this point that having a disability advocate (a disability attorney or non-attorney representative) becomes not just recommended, but essential.
A typical SSDI or SSI claimant will have no idea how to thoroughly and properly prepare a disability case for a hearing. And why should you? Social Security rules and regulations are complex and require expertise to navigate. The only way to get that level of familiarity is experience, and that’s where we come in.
With over 75 years combined experience, our expert program consultants know how to get you approved for the maximum amount of benefits that you are eligible to receive.
We work on a contingency basis, which means we don’t get paid until you win. So you can rest assured that we are going above and beyond to get you the benefits you have earned. From helping you get detailed medical source statements to educating you on key factors in the application and appeals processes, we are here for you every step of the way.
To speak to an expert about your claim for free, call (405)256-1010.