Social Security Representation

Oterriur non-attorney representatives can assist with your benefits claim when seeking Social Security Disability Income (SSDI) and/or Supplemental Security Income (SSI). It is a difficult process and unclear as to how long the process might take, but properly documented medical records and timely filings can only improve your chances. If your claim for disability benefits is denied, it is important to be proactive in a timely manner to continue to seek compensation for benefits by utilizing the Social Security appeals process and/or going before the Administrative Law Judge (ALJ).

Our non-attorney representative can review the details of your disability claim and provide a no cost, no obligation consultation regarding your options. When a client is seeking disability benefits under the Social Security Act, the application for consideration is filed at the local Social Security field office.

Under the federal Social Security Disability Act, disability is defined as the inability of an individual to engage in substantial gainful activity by reason of physical or mental impairment. The impairment must be medically determined by a physician and must be expected to last for a period longer than 12 contiguous months. Because of the uncertainty as to when approval may occur, you should file a Social Security disability claim as soon as it is determined that you will not be able to work. For your free consultation or questions, please contact Terri Roberts at (904) 694-1080.

Expert Witness Testimony

Many of the cases in which John Roberts has consulted on have gained favorable settlements prior to trial; however John Roberts has provided courtroom testimony as an expert witness. We are routinely retained by plaintiffs and defendants due to our unbiased opinion and thorough review.

John Roberts has practiced in the rehabilitation industry for over 25 years. He has gained additional credibility through the numerous presentations that he has provided each year to help in educating attorneys, insurance companies, employers, facilities, third party administrators and private individuals.

Rehab That Works | Roberts Disability | 2015