Social Security Disability Attorney in Sacramento, CA
Sacramento, CA 95815-4604800-723-6518Firm Website For:Social Security Disability Attorney in Sacramento, CA
Social Security Disability Overview
For people who are suffering from a debilitating physical or mental impairment, Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits can be incredibly important. For many families, SSD benefits are the main means of financial support. If you are not able to work for 12 months or longer due to a physical or mental impairment, you may be eligible to receive SSD benefits. In many cases, the Social Security Administration (SSA) denies otherwise valid claims due to improper or incomplete documentation. If your claim has been denied, an experienced Social Security attorney in Bend, Oregon, can help you prepare a complete claim for benefits.
We are the Law Office of Barbara M. Jacobson. Our firm’s founder, Barbara Jacobson, has practiced law for more than 20 years. In this time our law firm has helped many people get SSD benefits. We know what the SSA looks for in disability applications, and we can help you present this information in the best possible light.
Barbara Jacobson has unique credentials that can help bolster your chances for success. In addition to being a lawyer, Barbara Jacobson is a doctor of optometry and has conducted research in cardiology and neurology. This extensive medical knowledge is very helpful in reviewing your physical or mental impairment and how it impacts your ability to work.
Our law firm offers a free initial consultation in all disability cases and accepts all cases on a contingency basis. We will not accept attorneys’ fees unless we are successful in your case. To learn more, call 800-723-6518 today.
Areas of Practice
- Social Security Disability
Law Office of Barbara M. Jacobson Attorneys
When viewing a listing, consider the state advertising restrictions to which lawyers and law firms must adhere, as well as our West Legal Directory disclaimers. Some lawyers publish comparative information regarding the services that they provide which may be subject to specific comparative communications restrictions.