How We’re Going To Rapidly Help You With Your
Social Security Case
Imagine walking into a law office and knowing exactly how that attorney is going to help you get what you deserve from social security.
THE BAD NEWS: The reality is that about 70% of applications are being denied. The powers that be want to save as much money as they can. The systems they have in place are complicated.
THE GOOD NEWS: The right disability lawyer can significantly increase your chances of having your benefits approved.
Paula Carvalho had her social security denied twice. She came to us desperate to have this matter resolved.
She says, “Attorney Fitzpatrick did a wonderful job in preparing my case I was denied twice by social security. Then Fitzpatrick entered an appeal on my case and yesterday I received the judge’s decision and it was a positive one.
The judge approved my case. After two years and a lot of patience, attorney Fitzpatrick won my case. I am very pleased with the dedication invested in my case to get me the benefits that he thought I deserved. Thank you so much.”
How do you get approved for social security benefits?
We understand the process inside and out. We’ve been doing it for more than a decade. Whether you have a physical disability or a mental disability, we can help you with these five steps.
If you are working and you earn less a month than the amount the Social Security Administration determines to be substantially gainful employment, you can still receive social security disability benefits.
In other words – we’ll find out if you’re being paid enough. If not, we’ll help you get your money.
Your medical condition must be expected to last at least 12 months and impose limitations on your ability to perform basic work functions.
In other words. If you’re struggling to work because of your illness for 12 months or more, we can potentially help you out.
The Social Security Administration has broken down well over 150 categories of medical conditions for adults and medical conditions for children. If your illness meets or equals one of the listed conditions you would be entitled to receive Social Security Disability payments. If the Social Security Administration does not find your illness meets a specific listing you may still be eligible for disability benefits. The next two steps will be reviewed to determine if you are disabled.
If the Social Security Administration determines even with your illness you can perform your past work as it is normally performed in the national economy, your application for disability benefits will be denied. If the Social Security Administration determines you cannot perform your previous work your claim will proceed to the final step, step #5.
Social Security Administration looks at specific combinations of these factors:
- Work History
What happens once you are approved?
Once you are approved you will receive either Supplemental Security Income (SSI) or Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) Benefits. Sometimes you will even get approved for both.
In other words, every single month you’ll either get one or two cash payments. The SSI payments are based on the cost of living in the United States.
The SSDI payments are based on how much you’ve paid in taxes in your working life. So, the amounts vary.
There is only one surefire way to get the most out of your claim
Without a doubt, the people who get the most of their claims are people who hire experienced attorneys. The faster you act the better the outcome is likely to be.
IT IS NOT just because we have successfully done it for years.
IT IS NOT just because we don’t charge an up-front fee.
IT IS NOT just because we have dozens and dozens of case studies and reviews from happy clients.
IT IS BECAUSE we take all of that weight off your shoulders. You finally have someone in your corner who doesn’t take any prisoners. We are here to right the wrongs. That kind of peace of mind is rare.