Social Security Disability

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Social Security Disability Attorney in Las Vegas

I have been an attorney in Las Vegas for more than 25 years. I serve clients in need of a social security disability attorney. When you come to me with your social security disability matter, you will be dealing with me personally. You will not be shuffled around between attorneys, and left wondering who has your file now. When you come to my office, it’s my face across the desk from you every time. A consulation costs you nothing, and I only get paid if I win your case.
Attorney James E. Smith

Social Security Disability Eligibility:

Have you suffered a serious injury or illness that prevents you from working? If so, you might be entitled to social security disability benefits to provide you an income.

As a social security disability attorney, I can help you determine your eligibility for benefits. I review your case at no cost to you, and I don’t collect a fee unless I win your case.


  1. If you are a worker who has become disabled on the job, you have a good chance of qualifying for social security disability benefits.
  2. You have become ill from a chronic condition or illness that prevents you from ever being able to work again.

What I Do for You to Expedite the Application Process:

Whether you come to me to file your original application, or to appeal a denied claim you filed on your own (more than 60% of claims filed by individuals instead of filed by an attorney are denied), I handle all of the following for you:

  • filing of the claim
  • attendance at the hearing(s) ,
  • handling of all steps involved in filing an appeal
  • expediting the hearing if needed

Your part in this whole thing is to essentially give me the information I need to manage the above and show up at your hearings. That’s it. I do the rest and work hard and smart to get you the social security disability benefits you deserve.

Supplement Security Income (SSI):

Depending on your circumstances, you might also be eligible for supplemental security income in addition to social security disability benefits.

Typically, if you have no income other than your social security disability benefits and you suffer from  a condition such as these:

  • Advanced age
  • Blindness
  • Permanent physical disability
  • Permanent mental disability

If you are disabled in any of the above ways and have no income other than social security disability, you could qualify for supplemental security income to help you meet basic needs for food, clothing, and shelter.