Adam Neidenberg is a Social Security Disability Expert that has represented thousands of Social Security disability claimants. Mr. Neidenbergis co-founder of Disability Help Group, exclusively representing Social Security Disability and Veterans Disability claims.
Work with a disability expert
Mr. Neidenberg and Disability Help Group guide you through the disability process. They can help at any stage of the application process. Specifically, you can receive help with:
- Filing all paperwork
- Finding/collecting medical records
- Assistance with applications, questionnaires and appeals
- Frequent case follow up
Filing for disability
Social Security and Veteran’s Administration have specific definitions of disability. Mr. Neidenberg and Disability Help Group Advocates know the process. They help you understand these definitions. Mr. Neidenberg and Disability help Group assist you in getting the right evidence to support your claim. They assess the strengths and weaknesses of your case. Mr. Neidenberg and Disability Help Group know what it takes to get a case approved.
Winning case study 1
For example, Joanna applied for disability benefits. She was unable to work due to severe anxiety and depression. She also had chronic back pain. Unfortunately, Joanna only saw her primary care doctor. Social Security denied her claim. Joanna turned to Disability Help Group for help with her appeal. Joanna’s advocate recommended she see a psychiatrist for her depression and anxiety. Her advocate also advised her to see a specialist for her back. Joanna began treatment with specialists. Her new medical evidence showed that Joanna’s symptoms severely interfered with her daily activities. Social Security approved her claim.
Frequently, veterans apply for both VA and Social Security benefits. However, VA and Social Security benefits have different requirements. Mr. Neidenberg and Disability Help Group have helped with many cases. They understand the complicated processes for both claims. Mr. Neidenberg and Disability Help Group provide guidance through the application process to maximize your benefits.
Winning case study 2
For example, a veteran applied for disability benefits for PTSD. During his Social Security hearing, he testified that he witnessed a young girl get hit by a vehicle while on patrol during his service. He testified t hat since his service, he started blacking out and became violent. The veteran’s advocate presented medical evidence documenting his symptoms. The judge’s decision included a summary of his testimony. His advocate was able to submit his decision to the VA. This helped establish that his PTSD was connected to his service. The VA increased the veteran’s disability rating.
Experienced hearing advocate
Often, Social Security disability cases require a hearing. Working with Mr. Neidenberg and Disability Help Group gives you a valuable advantage at the hearing levels. Mr. Neidenberg and Disability Help Group advocates have a lot of experience appearing at hearings. They know the judges. They walk you through the hearing process. Therefore, you will be prepared for your hearing.
Winning case study 3
To illustrate, Jose, 57, filed for disability benefits after injuring his back. He previously worked as an armed security guard. Social Security denied his claim. They felt he could return to his past work as a security guard. Jose turned to Disability Help Group for assistance. Jose’s advocate reviewed his work history. Jose’s advocate helped him explain his job to the judge in more detail. Since Jose’s job was classified properly, the judge was able to approve his case.
Knowing the disability rules
Mr. Neidenberg and Disability Help Group present your case to give you the best chance of winning. Social Security has special rules for people over the age of 50. These rules are known as “Grid Rules.” Mr. Neidenberg and Disability Help Group understand these rules. They can tell you if these rules apply in your case.
Winning case study 4
Moreover, Edward applied for disability benefits because he had arthritis in his knees. He was 62 years old and worked as a painter for many years. Edward turned to Disability Help Group for help with his application. His advocate advised Edward that he needed x-rays and imaging of his knees, get a prescription for the cane he used. At hearing, Edward’s advocate pointed this evidence out to the judge. The advocate also pointed out that rule that would allow the judge to approve Edward’s case. The judge agreed and Edward’s case was approved.
Winning case study 5
Lastly, Carmen, 51, applied for disability due to coronary artery disease, depression and anxiety. She previously worked as an office manager and dental assistant, stopped working due to frequent shortness of breath and low energy, had trouble concentrating and remembering things. Carmen enlisted Disability Help Group to help her with her claim. Carmen’s advocate pointed out medical evidence at hearing that showed she could no longer perform complex tasks. She also pointed out evidence that showed Carmen had trouble standing and walking for long periods. Since the judge found Carmen couldn’t do her past work, he approved her case.
Getting help with your disability claim
Mr. Neidenberg and Disability Help Group can help you at any stage in the disability process. Disability Help Group answers all your questions. If you’ve been denied, Disability Help Group will help file your appeal. Get the help you need now.
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