If you or someone you know suffers from a disease, physical impairment, or injury that impairs work, you have the right to pursue and collect benefits from the Social Security Administration. As you may have experienced, many have great difficulty in applying for Social Security benefits.
The attorneys at Dexter & Dexter are experienced disability advocates who can help you or your family member through the process. This assistance may include any part of the process from filing an Initial Application to successful representation before an Administrative Law Judge from the Social Security Administration.
Dexter & Dexter attorneys assist clients with claims for Disability Insurance Benefits (“SSDI,” “DIB” and “Title II” claims) and Social Security Supplemental Income (“SSI” or “Title XVI” claims). They also represent clients with Child’s SSI, Disabled Adult Child benefits as well as Overpayment and Cessation claims.
The Social Security Administration denies up to 75% of all claims. The process to successfully receive benefits from the government can be a hard and confusing process. The attorneys at Dexter & Dexter have achieved a tremendous level of success in winning disability claims. As always, there is no fee unless you are awarded benefits from the Social Security Administration.
The disability lawyers at Dexter & Dexter understand how not being able to work can affect the lives of you and your family. The emotional and physical stress of pursuing benefits can be emotionally and physically draining and confusing. Let us help you get the benefits and medical coverage that you need for you and your family.
Noteworthy is the fact that, unlike many practitioners, DexterLaw attorneys can assist with all steps of the Social Security claims process. These services begin with the filing of the initial application up to appeals in Federal Court.
DexterLaw attorneys also welcome inquiries from attorneys who may be unfamiliar with their clients’ potential rights with regard to Disability and SSI Benefits (these cases may be particularly relevant for personal injury and workers’ compensation clients).
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