I am very excited to say that my office can now assist mentally and physically incapacitated persons looking to secure social security disability (SSDI) benefits. This area of practice is closely related to personal injury law, however, I have waited to begin working in the field of social security disability until now.
The reason for the delay is because I wanted to be certain that I could give to my social security disability clients the same level of expertise and service that I provide to my personal injury clients. To that end, I have spent a great deal of time talking to other attorneys and professionals involved in social security, some of whom used to work in the local social security office, to learn the ins and outs of this practice. I understand the process intimately and know exactly why cases are either rejected or approved. I also understand how to obtain the highest amount of benefits that are available to you.
The Social Security office is overwhelmed by requests and often reject your initial application. In order to be eligible for social security disability benefits (the short version), you must have a doctor’s diagnosis of disability that will leave you unable to perform any work for a period of at least twelve consecutive months. There is much more detailed information about social security disability benefits and qualification on my website.