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Social Security Disability

Wolf & Brown Attorneys - Social Security Benefits PhotoThe Social Security Administration claims the disability process is non-adversarial.  We Disagree!  Social Security is denying more cases thereby denying people past due benefits and access to Medicare.  Pipes break, you call a plumber, your heat/AC breaks, you call an HVAC expert.  Your children are taught by a professional.  Do NOT take on the United States Government without the lawyers at Wolf and Brown.

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Social Security Law

The process for obtaining Social Security Disability (SSD) and/or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits is complicated and technical. Most people who file an application on their own are turned down because they fail to adequately demonstrate that their disabling condition is preventing them from working. Many also make procedural errors because they are unfamiliar with navigating a complicated system. We have extensive experience in both demonstrating the effect of disabilities as well as navigating a complex system.

Our clients have nothing to lose, everything to gain

Wolf & Brown offers free attorney consultations and handles Social Security Disability claims on a contingency basis. You pay no fee unless we win.

Social Security Denied Your Claim?

Wolf & Brown - Social Security Benefits AttorneysThere is a lot we can do! Many of our clients were denied in their initial claim for Social Security benefits.  Some of the people we represent were denied benefits two or even three times. At any point in the claim, our attorneys can step in and smoothly and quickly guide an application, reconsideration or appeal through the complex and demanding Social Security Administrative process and, if appropriate, to Federal Court. Even if you think you cannot appeal a claim because you are out of time or missed an appeal date, call us for a review at no charge.

We handle every aspect of a case from start to finish:

  • Completing detailed forms documenting eligibility to SSA standards
  • Submitting the initial application and/or Reconsideration
  • Review any and all forms submitted to the client from Social Security
  • Obtain medical records and physician statements
  • Preparing the case for and appear with the client before an Administrative Law Judge
  • Represent client at the Appeals Council level, if necessary
  • Appealing a claim to Federal Court, if necessary

Other:

  • Applying for reinstatement of terminated benefits (these cases are handled on a fee basis)
  • Representing clients when the SSA is claiming overpayment (these cases are handled on a fee basis)

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