Hi, my name is Lisa.
I have heard and seen it all, just ask me and I will point you in the right direction
We understand where you are coming from; you have worked hard, all your life, paid your taxes on time, and always been as responsible a citizen as you can possibly be. Then disaster strikes and you are injured at work, or something out of your control changes what you can and can’t do and suddenly you are faced with the prospect of being deprived of your income, possibly for a decade or more until you would normally have retired.
When you are faced with this situation, it can be completely overwhelming. You may not even know where to start; which government agencies you need to contact, or what benefits you may be entitled to due to the circumstances of your injury or accident. All of this is going on with the backdrop of your presumably severe injury, making it that much harder to concentrate or get things accomplished.
Thatâ€™s why we fight so hard for our clients; we know how scared they can be, how worried they are that they may fall through the cracks in the system and turn into just another numerical set of casualties of the poor economy. Working with us can help make things the way they used to be, and put an end to your financial worries, at the very least.
Even if you have previously had your claim denied by the SSA, our firm can still help you. The first step is contacting us, and speaking with Lisa. You can call her directly on the phone, send her an email through the contact page, or even have a live chat with her during normal business hours. Lisa is very experienced at dealing with these sorts of cases, and will perform a preliminary screening where she will get all the information we will require from you to begin helping you.
After that, all you need to do is sit back, and let us take over all the hard work. Lisa will be a diligent liaison between you and our attorneys, and you can rest assured that you are dealing with one of the most experienced and successful legal teams in the entire field of disability law.