Q: What areas do you currently serve?
A: I currently provide Social Security Disability services to clients in every U.S. state and territory.

Q: What is the fee for your services?
A: The fee for my services are regulated by the Social Security Administration. If I win your case, my fee is 25% of the backpay settlement, not to exceed $6,000. If am unable to win your case there is no fee.

Q: Can you help me if the Social Security Administration is trying to cease my current benefits?
A: It is not uncommon for the Social Security Administration to routinely evaluate cases for ongoing disability. I am happy to provide assistance if you receive a Notice of Cessation of Disability Benefits. 

Q: Is there any way to speed up my case?
A: Rest assured I will do everything I possibly can to make sure there are no unnecessary delays on your case. The Social Security Administration has special rules which allow us to request expedited processing for those who have a 100% Disability Rating by the Department of Veteran’s Affairs or those in critical condition.

Q: How complicated is the Social Security Disability application process?
A: The Social Security Disability process is complicated, but as your representative I promise to take on the stress of your case. Most of our business can be conducted from the convenience of your own home, by phone, and by mail. If you are summoned for a hearing before an Administrate Law Judge, I will go with you to your hearing and represent you.

Q: What can I do to help strengthen my case?
A: The Social Security Administration makes their determination on whether or not you are disabled almost entirely from the evidence in your medical records. It is important to continue treatment as recommended by your providers so your medical condition is well-documented.

Q: Do I really need a representative?
 A: In the past few years, the Social Security Administration has reduced the number of awarded claims and increased investigations of fraud by Social Security claimants. It is important to have a representative to help guide you through the process. As a Social Security Disability expert, I will make sure you know your rights in these situations.

Q: If I am awarded Social Security Disability benefits, will I also be eligible for Medicare or Medicaid?
A: If you are awarded benefits, yes, you will generally be entitled to either Medicaid or Medicare.

Q: Will the Social Security Administration send me to an examination with one of their doctors?
A: Often times, the Social Security Administration will require you to attend a consultative examination which they will pay for. This is not uncommon and it is important you attend, if an appointment is scheduled. 

Q: Why should I hire you as my representative?
A: For years, I worked in some of the most successful Social Security Disability law firms in the nation. I began my own disability advocacy group to provide close, individual attention to my clients. I understand what is at stake and as your representative, I will be honest with you and work as hard as I can to win your case