Why do I need an attorney in a Social Security Disability Claim?

Although you are not required to have an attorney, having someone who understands the legal proof necessary to establish a Social Security claim is most helpful. The fact is that Social Security Disability claims are, for the most part, initially denied.

Our firm has successfully represented thousands of disabled claimants on both the initial application, as well as Appeals, before Administrative Law Judges of the Social Security Administration. We combine a complete knowledge of the law with an understanding of the requirements demanded by individual judges. We are available to discuss potential claims and there is no fee for a consultation.