Social Security Disability

If someone is not able to work before they turn age 65, they may be eligible for benefits from Social Security.  The type of and amount of benefits depend on their work history.

The Social Security Administration is one of the largest and most complex bureaucracies in the Federal Government. Its rules and regulations are very complex and confusing. By now you're angry and frustrated. You’re not alone. There are hundreds of thousands of people who don't think they have received the benefits they are entitled to.


If you think you are entitled to more benefits than you are getting, DON'T GIVE UP! You have the right to review and appeal your claim before an Administrative Law Judge, Appeals Council, and even to the Federal Courts.


It is encouraging to know that, over half of the appeals are successful. Statistics show that people who have attorneys have twice as many chances of winning the appeal.


If your request for benefits has already been denied, ACT NOW; you only have 60 days to file a formal appeal. Please call our office for assistance at 407.894.1002.

 

IMPORTANT NOTE:

IF YOU HAVE BEEN DENIED BENEFITS,
YOU MUST ACT WITHIN 60 DAYS.