Why Is a Lawyer Important to Your Social Security Disability Case?
Statistics show that people represented by lawyers are more successful in obtaining Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits than applicants who try to get benefits on their own.
At the Law Office of Barbara M. Jacobson, we offer more than 20 years of experience to people in California and Oregon seeking SSD benefits. We take on and win the tough cases. We handle not only disability and SSI, but also overpayments and child disability cases.
As an experienced Sacramento attorney for Social Security Disability benefits, Barbara M. Jacobson fully understands the criteria that the Social Security Administration (SSA) uses to determine who is eligible for benefits.
We can help you paint a vivid picture of your disability case to the SSA and are dedicated to standing by our clients throughout their case, from initial application to denial and appeals if necessary.
Roseville Disability Claims Attorney Serving Clients in Northern California
Our law firm will work tirelessly to give your claim the best chance of success. We will make certain that all applicable forms and applications are filled out completely and accurately. We will work closely with your doctor and get documentation that shows exactly how your physical or mental impairment prevents you from working.
In short, we will do everything in our power to maximize your chance to recover damages.
Due to the nature of the Social Security regulations, the requirements you must meet in order to obtain disability benefits are unique to your situation. These requirements may differ from the requirements imposed on other individuals. Social Security wants to know how your condition physically and mentally restricts your activities of daily living. When dealing with the SSA, we will demonstrate exactly how your impairments meet the established criteria.
Contact the Law Office of Barbara M. Jacobson
Call our Sacramento office today at 916-921-5285 or complete our contact form to schedule your free initial consultation. We accept all cases on a contingent fee basis, and will not recover attorney's fees unless we help you get benefits.