social security benefits

Have You Been Denied Social Security Benefits?

Nationally, about 75% of all applicants are initially denied benefits. Statistics have shown that claimants represented by attorneys have been much more successful than people without representation.

Applying for Social Security Disability Insurance and Supplemental Security Income Benefits can be an intimidating process and the paperwork required is often overwhelming.

The Social Security Administration pays monthly benefits to qualifying individuals who are disabled. We have experience helping individuals qualify for these programs.

Daren Robertson and his staff can make the difference in the outcome of your case. There is no charge for a review of your claim and we may be able to help you even if you have been denied in the past.

We will be pleased to assist you with any questions you may have regarding Social Security Disability.

Types Of Benefits Available

Disability Insurance Benefits

This program provides monthly payments for qualified people who are disabled.

Supplemental Security Income

This program may provide benefits for people who are disabled, but do not qualify for Social Security Disability.

Childhood Disability

This program provides monthly payments for children with certain disabilities.

Who Qualifies?

To receive benefits under Social Security Disability program, you must have a physical or mental health problem (or a combination of problems severe enough to keep you from working in any regular paying job for at least one year or result in death.)

The test is whether you are capable of doing any job in the national economy (even if this job involves different skills than your previous work.) By using an extensive set of regulations the Social Security Administration takes into account your medical condition, your age, your abilities, your training and work experience when deciding your case.

What Can An Attorney Do For Me?

Every case is different and your attorney’s role depends upon the particular facts of your case. However, a few things an attorney may do are:

  • Gather medical and other evidence
  • Analyze your case under Social Security Regulations
  • Obtain documents from your Social Security file
  • Advise you how to best prepare yourself to testify at your hearing
  • Ask you the necessary questions at the hearing to present your case in the most effective manner.


Learn more about our law office and experience providing clients with the most effective representation.


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