Social Security & Disability

I work on a contingent fee basis.

I represent disabled workers on a contingent fee basis, before the United States Social Security Administration’s Office of Disability Adjudication and Review.

A contingent fee permits you to pursue your rights without having to pay up front hourly fees. This ensures that I will look out for your best interests, because if I lose, I will not receive a fee for my services. Inmost cases, I will also advance costs on your behalf, which is money paid to obtain copies of your medical records, reports, and other miscellaneous expenses.

Your rights to Social Security Disability Benefits depend mainly upon the following factors:

· Work you have performed in the past 15 years
· Your age
· Your education background, training and experience
· Your physical and/or mental condition and how it affects your ability to work full time