Disability attorney information is valuable, as a Heart Problems Disability Attorney I take Social Security cases in Florida, Tennessee, Kentucky, throughout SouthEast region and the United States. I am a member of the Supreme Court of The United States bar and permitted to argue cases in front of the Court. I am also a member of the National Organization of Social Security Claims Representatives. I have represented people from the small towns to the large cities. I represent people. I do not represent corporations or the government.
I am licensed by the State of Tennessee to practice law. I am permitted and registered to practice in front of the Social Security Disability courts throughout the United States.
I am a graduate of Mississippi College, The School of Law in Jackson, Mississippi. I began my practice as a third year law student. For 16 years I have continued to represent people.
My focus has always been on representing people. I have represent disability clients. I feel that is important for clients to have my disability attorney information.
My experience in representing people has led me to many jury trials in and out of the State of Tennessee. I have had speaking invitation to address the first year law students at Harvard University School of Law, Widener School of Law. I have been a Harvard Ames Moot Court Judge, this disability attorney information can be valuable in deciding on who you will hire for your claim. I represent disability clients throughout the United States. Having disability attorney information is key to making a choice in your representation.
Some people will ask, “What do you do as a disability attorney”? To answer that I have set out below the things I do when I represent your Social Security disability claim:
1.Come to your home, if you can’t come to us, I travel to visit clients, in state and out of state
2.Obtain your medical records to assist in your disability claim
3.Researching the correct listing that the client might fall under for disability, (as there are many)
4.Make sure all the Social Security Disability documents are filed, (as there are important deadlines)
5.Explain to the judge in a concise manner your case
6.Review your alleged onset date, sometimes the wrong onset date might be fatal to your claim
7.Consult with a Registered Nurse or Doctor for review of your medical conditions
8.Consult with you, before you fill out any documents during your appeal process, and or hearing request
9.Review mental health notes with a social worker
10.Explain all the appeals and hearings involved in Social Security Disability
11.See if you fall into one of the grids for disability that the government has established
12.Provide you with disability attorney information so you can make a decision on who to hire.
I fight for your disability benefits that you have been denied. I fight for your money. I work with you from the application, appeals and all the way through your hearing. You will be represented by me, not by an associate and you will always speak to me about your disability claim. Having this behind you, and knowing all the disability attorney information can make you feel at ease in your time of need.
Call me Toll Free 1-877-271-2633 and get the help you deserve, you may also wish to look another disability site socialsecuritydenied.com to get more general information. I look forward to speaking with you about your heart problems disability claim.