What are Social Security Advocates for the Disabled, and how are they different from social security disability lawyers? Here are a few differences:

An attorney must earn a Juris Doctorate degree and pass the state bar. A non­attorney advocate does not. Attorneys are bound by professional conduct rules and ethical obligations, as well as the attorney­client privilege.  Non­attorney advocates are not. Yet both charge the same fee!

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. Contact the Sullivan Law Office today. We offer free consultations, so you have absolutely nothing to lose! We look forward to hearing from you. Call 888-587-0228 or visit us online.