We have vast experience in processing, developing and winning claims for Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income beneficiaries. We have performed literally thousands of initial claim evaluations, reconsiderations, hearings/reevaluations, and quality reviews from all parts of the country. Our knowledge and ability has equipped us to develop a streamlined case management systems to ensure that each case is won at the earliest possible time with the maximum award of past due benefits possible.
Our winning strategy involves:
Constant contact with our clients;
Strategic review of your disabling condition;
Making sure that you have adequate medical records in file to make a decision; Adequate review of vocational/work related issue per the Dictionary of Occupational Tittle (DOT) within the US economy; and
All contact with Social Security will be with us to ensure a timely processing of your claim.
In a few cases were we must go before an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ), we will represent you by putting together the best case analysis possible based on Social Security Disability Program Operations Manual system (POMS). Because of our understanding of the hardship that can result from disability, we will endeavor to secure an allowance in a timely manner.
We carefully review and evaluate every inquiry received. The Social Security Claim consultation/evaluation is free, and there is no obligation to sign with DES. We contact the client directly to discuss any additional issues before we go into contract. We give adequate information and encourage our clients to take advantage of this free service by choosing the Free Case Consultation/Evaluation button on our website or visiting our office for a face to face initial consultation.
We are an advocate for the disabled that provide quality, ethical, and a professional administrative support service to claimants who are disabled and are no longer able to work. We guide and support them with representation in their pursuit of Social Security disability benefits at all levels of the Social Security Administrative and Judicial process.