Social Security Disability
Get help from an experienced local Social Security Disability attorney. The Law Office of Diane K. Bross works to help people navigate the complex administrative processes with an intent to improve quality of life. We are passionate about helping people who can no longer work due to a disabling condition to receive disability benefits. We treat all of our clients with respect and compassion while providing reliable advice. Most of our clients are referrals from past clients, other attorneys or medical providers.
Our Colorado Springs Social Security Disability attorneys primarily practice Social Security law. We handle Social Security Disability Insurance, Supplemental Security Income, and child disability claims. Our lawyers can help you file your Social Security Disability application, represent you at a hearing before an Adminitrative Law Judge, or file an appeal to the Appeals Council or the United States District Court. If you are disabled and need help getting your Social Security Disability benefits, call us. We do not charge a fee unless you win your disability claim and we do not request any payment upfront.
Services from the Law Office of Diane K. Bross include a free consultation. The administrative process is complex and often confusing. Call to find out how our Social Security Disability lawyers can decrease your burden and increase your chances of getting disability benefits. In Colorado, the Social Security Administration denies an overwhelming majority of people who apply for Social Security Disability benefits after they have filed their SSDI or SSI application. However, a Colorado Social Security Disability claimant has a better chance of obtaining his or her disability benefits on appeal. Keep in mind that a claimant has a limited amount of time to appeal. Call (719) 634-SSDI or (719) 634-7734 with questions about your particular situation.
When we handle a Social Security Disability claim, no money is required upfront and no fees are due unless you win your disability claim and receive disability benefits. When you are struggling with your health and associated costs of your health care, you don't need the added stress of paying for an attorney. The law firm's fee is typically deducted from a claimant's back payment and done so directly by the Social Security Administration or the Department of Veterans' Affairs after a disability claim has been awarded.