Social Security Disability Benefits and Supplemental Security Income Claims
You must be unable to engage in substantial gainful activity (work) as a result of a physical or mental impairment. The impairment must be expected to result in death or last or be expected to last for at least one year. The Social Security Administration considers additional factors, including age, education, and previous work experience.
You can apply for Social Security disability benefits either online, over the telephone, or in person at your local Social Security office. We can help you complete and file your application online. If you are unable to travel to our office, we can help you apply online over the phone.
The process to seek and obtain review and reversal of denied claim.
Have you been denied benefits? Many initial claims for Social Security disability and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) are denied. We can help you appeal a denial. If your initial claim was denied, we can help you file a request for reconsideration. If your request for reconsideration was denied, we can help you file a request for a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge and represent you at the hearing.
There is no attorney fee for representation unless benefits are awarded. We charge 25% of back benefits up to a maximum fee of $6,000. We do not require payment of out-of-pocket expenses until after the case is completed. No money is required up front.
Advising clients on passing property before and after their death, preparing documents for such plans; and assisting in financial matters upon the death of a loved one.
Representing husbands or wives in divorce proceedings; advising parties on juvenile court and paternity matters; and facilitating adoption of children.
Advising clients regarding setting up business ventures, including corporations, limited liability companies and partnerships.
Collecting debts owed to clients.
Advising and representing the interests of for profit and not-for-profit institutional clients like business and associations.
Defending clients accused of committing crimes and expunging records.
Working with boards of zoning appeals, plan commissions, home owners and developers toward preserving or increasing property values.
Working for and with governmental entities like towns or cities.
Real Estate Law
Advising clients regarding buying, selling, leasing or developing land.
Guiding clients through contract negotiations and preparation for everything from buying a business to pre-marriage agreements.