Social Security

Experienced social security attonrneysWhat do you do if you are unable to work due to injury or illness?  Should you file for Social Security?   If you file for Social Security what is the difference between Social Security Disability and Social Security Supplemental Income?  What information needs to be provided?  What do you do if you miss a deadline?  Have you been denied Social Security or SSI Disability benefits?  An improperly handled claim can affect your lifetime benefits.

Being unable to work due to an injury or illness can be an incredibly overwhelming situation.  Our firm was established in 1977 to assist the injured and disabled with their Social Security claims.  In 1979, David B. Vail  was one of the founding attorneys for NOSSCAR (National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives).  Our experience can help answer all of your questions and help you jump through the necessary hoops in order to file a claim and successfully obtain benefits.

Since each case is unique, we provide a free consultation to evaluate your situation and advise you on your best course of action.  We do not charge you an attorney fee unless we obtain benefits for you. Contact us today for a free consultation.

What to Bring to Your Initial Meeting

  • Bring all correspondence from Social Security especially a denial letter if you have received one.
  • Name, address, phone number of all treating physicians for at least the last 3 years.
  • List and dosages of medications you are taking.
  • Any medical records you may have.
  • Name and address and phone number of contacts who are familiar with you.