represent claimants for Social Security Disability Benefits
and Supplemental Security Income at every stage of the proceedings
from the Application to Court.
of our professional staff members will assist you in completing
the necessary paperwork in processing your claim. I also
appear with claimants at their hearings before Administrative
We obtain the necessary medical documentation to support
your impairments and submit this information to the Social
When you hire us, we file the appropriate Social Security
forms and appeal any further decisions SSA issues prior
to having a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge.
If you have any questions about our services, please contact
our office at (419) 246-5760 or you may use our toll
free number, 1-877-877-5297. My staff is experienced
and knowledgeable about the procedures of Social Security
Disability Claims and can answer most questions.
Our office is open Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00
p.m.; however, you may leave a message on our voice mail
24 hours a day. Please keep all of your appointments with
our office. If you need to make a cancellation,
please call us immediately so that we may reschedule.
Please contact our office upon receiving any letters or
materials from the Social Security Administration. This
would especially include any decisions SSA makes on your
will also need to keep my assistant who will be working
on your claim, informed of any new medical treatment or
new medical conditions that you are diagnosed with. This
would include hospital stays and emergency room visits.
When you are diagnosed with new conditions or your present
impairments become worse, it is very important for us to
let SSA know about these changes.
There may be times when we will need you to help us obtain
copies of your medical, school or employment records
in a Social Security or SSI Claim
If you file for Social Security Disability or SSI and
receive a denial notice, you only have 60 days from the
date on the notice to file a Request of Reconsideration.
You will need to file the reconsideration appeal paperwork
before the 60 days expire. You may call our office upon
receiving this or any other denial and our office staff
will evaluate your claim, obtain information and inform
you if we are able to assist you in appealing and pursing
your claim on your behalf.
Upon filing reconsideration, it will take anywhere from
a few to several months to receive a decision from SSA.
If a denial is received, you again have only 60 days from
the date on the notice of reconsideration to file a Request
for Hearing. It can take several months before getting
a hearing date and sometimes several months after the
hearing to get a decision.
We are involved in claims at any stage of the Social Security
process, whether it is after the initial application has
been processed, after you receive the first denial or
after subsequent denials. All you need to do is contact