Have An SSDI Claim?
Wrongfully Denied SSDI?

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Denial Of Claims Can Happen If There Is “Insufficient Medical Evidence To Demonstrate A Disability.” This Can Include Incomplete Medical Statements, Missing Medical Records, And/Or A Medical Statement Completed By A Doctor That Was Not Approved By The Social Security Administration.
Our Process

During consultation, we gather information about the client's situation and advise them on the legal options available to them. The agency would also provide an estimate of the costs associated with their services.

If the client decides to via our agency, our experts would begin the process of representing them. This could involve drafting legal documents, appearing in court on behalf of the client, or negotiating with other parties involved in the case. Our Expert would keep the client informed throughout the process and provide regular updates on the progress of their case.

This could involve winning a case in court, negotiating a settlement with other parties involved, or finding some other form of resolution. Once the matter has been resolved, our agency or our experts provide the client with any necessary documentation and ensure that the case is closed properly.