At the Sullivan Law Office, we interview many prospective disability clients on a weekly basis. They present their reasons for believing they are entitled to disability benefits while our lawyers additionally examine any relevant facts or circumstances that may provide grounds for the denial of benefits. The reasons for the denial of eligibility for benefits
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The Sullivan Law Office provides assistance in ensuring that all applicants and recipients receive all of the benefits to which they are entitled in all types of disability cases. These include Social Security Disability, long-term disability, short-term disability, state retirement and workers’ compensation. We offer free consultations, so you have absolutely nothing to lose! The
The 21st Century has brought social media to the forefront of our culture. Information is disseminated by the average person at almost the instant such information becomes fact. Americans now eschew privacy just as their 20th Century counterparts pursued it. Many upload personal information, photographs, their location at any given time, or just a random
I Have MS (Multiple Sclerosis) – Am I Entitled To Disability Benefits? Part 4: Medical Evidence Required
Working with a disability attorney ensures that all evidence in support of an application for disability is gathered, organized, filed with the SSA, and presented when otherwise required. We take great pride in our staff's skills in building and presenting a case for disability benefits. The Sullivan Law Office provides assistance in ensuring that all
I Have MS (Multiple Sclerosis) – Am I Entitled To Disability Benefits? Part 3: Qualifying Through A Medical Vocational Allowance
The Social Security Administration (SSA) first tries to establish eligibility for Social Security Disability benefits under a listed impairment (potentially disabling medical condition) in the SSA’s listing of impairments or blue book. If an applicant for benefits has a medical condition doesn’t meet the blue book's requirements as listed, Social Security must not cease any
I Have MS (Multiple Sclerosis) – Am I Entitled To Disability Benefits? Part 2: Qualifying Under A Listing
A qualified disability attorney provides a secondary source of contact on behalf of an applicant for disability benefits. The retention of an experienced disability attorney as an additional contact on behalf of an applicant for disability benefits is often more than wise. Even if a claimant cannot be reached by the SSA, a successful case
I Have MS (Multiple Sclerosis) – Am I Entitled To Disability Benefits? Part 1: Some Basic Information
Important to almost every disability applicant is the knowledge and experience that a qualified disability attorney may provide so that an applicant has the best chance to be deemed eligible for disability benefits. Any lack of understanding of the rules and regulations involved with a disability application may result in a denial of benefits. An
We take great pride the legal research skills of our attorneys. Whether it is staying focused on the changes and trends in federal or state law, or simply unique and unusual, even humorous, cases, the attorneys at the Sullivan Law Office try to stay informed of the legal news in our neighboring states which together
The Sullivan Law Office focuses on the fact that every application for social security benefits is different. Applicants should understand every necessary detail before they file an application and the Social Security Administration (SSA) determines eligibility. The Sullivan Law Office may provide valuable assistance during the long and sometimes stressful gathering of personal information and
The Sullivan Law Office focuses on the individual aspect of every application for social security benefits since each application is unique to the individual. The Sullivan Law Office may help during the long and sometimes stressful gathering of personal information and medical evidence involved in process of applying for disability benefits. Applicants should understand every