How Can Social Security Help You?
You can’t work because you are disabled. Now is the time that you need Social Security Disability Benefits. I am an attorney who specializes in disability cases; I can help you get your benefits. Call (856)482-2212 or fill out the form to your right. The disability process is complex; let us take that burden, you have enough to handle. We are dedicated professionals; our aim is to help you.
Social Security was established to help you in your time of need. However, the application process is complicated. We are here to help you through that. There is a lot to do. We will handle the forms, the questions, the appointments, and the medical records. We will help you understand the process and what is needed to get benefits. Your claim will be handled professionally to help you get Social Security disability benefits.
Social Security also grants benefits for children who have serious problems. We will help your child through the process as well.
What Needs to Be Done for You to Get Disability Benefits?
Filing for Disability means answering a lot of questions and filling out long forms. I will make those forms easy for you and make sure that they get to the right place. We will handle filing an appeal, if that is necessary. We will make sure that if Social Security makes an appointment for you, that it will be at a time and place that is convenient for you.
If the Judge schedules a Hearing to decide your Disability, I will help you prepare for testifying at the Hearing. We will get your medical records. I will be at the Hearing with you to help you and to help the Judge understand why you can’t work.
Whatever prevents you from working, I will help you explain your problems to Social Security. I have had extensive experience with many types of mental and physical problems. Just to name a few:
- Sleep Issues
- Low back & Other Disorders of the Spine
- Stomach Conditions
- Radiculopathies and Neuropathies
- Liver Conditions
- Lung Disease
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Heart Conditions
Why Should You Call Adrienne?
Adrienne has been helping disabled people for over twenty years. She is experienced and very successful. Adrienne is not only a lawyer. She has a Ph.D. in Biopsychology. This helps her to better understand your needs and your disability.
Adrienne is highly regarded by her peers. She was named a "Top Social Security Attorney" in 2010 and in 2013 by South Jersey Magazine. When the Federal District Court of New Jersey decided to revise Local Rule 9.1 regarding Social Security lawsuits, Adrienne was honoured by being asked to be a member of the Federal Court review committee. The revised Rule 9.1, which controls Social Security lawsuits, is the result of the committee's work.
On a more personal note, Adrienne is the proud mother of two children.
When Should You Call Adrienne?
You can call us at any time in the process. If you haven't filed a claim and want to talk about the process, we will be glad to discuss that with you. If you have filed a claim and have decided it would be good to have an attorney, or even if you have a Hearing scheduled before a Judge, it is not too late to have an attorney assist you. Adrienne also has assisted people after their claim was denied by a Judge.
How Do I Pay My Attorney?
You only pay Adrienne if you are awarded benefits. If you win, Adrienne's fee is regulated by Social Security. Her fee is a percentage (25%) of the back benefits, $6,000, for most cases. There is no fee for a consultation either.
Who Will You Talk to When You Call Adrienne's Office?
Adrienne and her staff, Mariam, Maykelin, Johanna, and Tiffany are knowledgeable and friendly. They will take the time to listen to you and will do their very best to answer your questions. You will always feel welcome when you call.
Attorney Adrienne Jarvis Can Help
Let us do the work for you. Many claimants have their applications denied but go on to win benefits at later stages of the disability process. If you have been denied benefits and you have a mental and/or physical problem that keeps you from working, you should file an appeal. To learn how a New Jersey disability lawyer can help, please fill out the form on this page or contact me.