While the process for the adjudication of claims with the Social Security Administration does not require representation, the rules for finding someone disabled are complex, and individuals with representation are more likely to be successful than those without.
Persons seeking representation in their claim have a choice between attorney representation or a non-attorney representative. Social Security has an appointment of representative process, in which both parties sign a form that allows the appointed representative to act in behalf of the claimant, advancing evidence and argument for why a claimant should be found disabled.
We have been representing claimants in this adjudication process since 1992, representing over two thousand people in the claim for benefits. Our experience in vocational, legal and medical issues provide a unique background for developing and presenting each case to the Administration for an award of benefits. We maintain a small practice, and offer individual attention to your case from beginning to end.