Disability Planning

Your Advocate for Disability Rights.

We understand the complexities of navigating an application for Social Security disability benefits and appealing a negative determination.

A former appellate attorney for the Social Security Administration, and now legal advocate for the disabled and their caregivers, our firm’s Managing Attorney, Adriane S. Grace, is well-versed in complex disability rules and what it takes to obtain a favorable outcome from Social Security.

Whether you are considering quitting your job due to a chronic health problem or have already started the process for seeking Social Security disability benefits, our firm can assist at every step of the process.

  • Disability applications/Initial Determination
  • Request for Reconsideration (appealing a negative decision by state disability determination services)
  • Administrative Law Judge Hearings
  • Requests for review to the Appeals Coucil

If you are interested in learning more about a disability application or disability appeal for yourself, we offer a FREE 20-minute discovery call.

Supporting Caregivers of the Disabled.

Tired of getting the runaround when you call Social Security with your questions? Make our office your next call!

Our experienced and knowledgeable Social Security attorney can answer your questions. Our goal is to empower you with the right legal advice so you can feel confident taking the next step in planning for your disabled loved one.

We understand the challenges caregivers face when attempting to navigate public benefit programs for their disabled family members. We offer personalized legal advice concerning the following issues:

  1. Disability program eligibility rules (Disability Insurance Benefits, Supplemental Security Income/SSI, Disabled Adult Child Benefits, Disabled Widow/Widower Benefits).
  2. Income and resource eligibility rules for disability programs such as Supplemental Security Income/SSI and Medicaid.
  3. Medicare and Medicaid programs available for disability recipients.
  4. Legal options for conserving excess income and resources while maintaining eligibility for disability programs such as SSI and Medicaid.
  5. Applying to become representative payee for Social Security benefits, and rules concerning responsibilities and duties of a representative payee.
  6. Work programs for the disabled.

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