I Can Help You Secure Social Security Disability Benefits

Many people assume that they have such clear evidence of disability that they apply for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits on their own. More than 60 percent of initial applications are rejected by the Social Security Administration (SSA). This is not because people's claims are not valid. It is because the SSA only accepts evidence that falls into the listings they use. The most valid claim in the world will not be accepted if insufficient or incorrect evidence is presented.

For more than a quarter of a century, I have been helping people fight for the SSD benefits they deserve. I know how to build your case so that the SSA recognizes what you are going through.

I Take The Difficult Cases

My extensive experience has allowed me to build a strong relationship with the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR). Knowing what it needs to see to accept a claim allows me to build strong claims for people.

How Does Having An Attorney Help You?

Beyond my ability to build a case in language the SSA understands and accepts, working with an experienced attorney can also mean being scheduled for hearings sooner than those whose claims are not being presented by an attorney.

I use all of my experience and knowledge to help people secure:

  • Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI)
  • Supplemental Security Income (SSI)

25 Years Of Experience Helping People Secure Social Security Disability Benefits

I am attorney Stanley H. Robinson. I have been serving the legal needs of people in Tilton and throughout New Hampshire since 1980 and I have been helping people specifically pursue SSD benefits for more than 25 years. I know the difference these benefits can mean for people. That is why I work as hard as I do for my clients. My goal is to help you secure the full benefits you deserve.

Call 603-729-3368 or contact my office online to learn how I can help you secure the Social Security Disability benefits to which you are entitled. I offer free initial consultations.