“Free Consultation for your social security case. I’m with you every step of the way” -James E. Smith
I have been an attorney in Las Vegas for more than 25 years. I serve clients who have a medical condition that stops them from working.
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 consultation costs you nothing, and I only get paid if I win your case.
- Attorney James Smith
You may be eligible for Social Security Disability benefits if:
If so, you might be entitled to Social Security Disability benefits to provide you an income. If you are awarded benefits, you may receive up to $3,000.00 per month, and you may be entitled to a lump-sum check for all the months that have accumulated since your disability started. You will also be entitled to Medicare.
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. I can review your case with you over the phone at first, then in person if our phone calls shows promise for your eligibility.
If you are a worker who has become disabled, you have a good chance of qualifying for Social Security Disability benefits.
You have become ill from a chronic condition or illness that prevents you from ever being able to work for at least 12 months again.
What I Do for You to Expedite the Application Process:
If you are homeless or have a terminal condition, we may be able to expedite the process.
I handle all of the following for you:
Depending on your circumstances, you might also be eligible for supplemental security income in addition to Social Security Disability benefits.
You’ll qualify if you have no income other than your Social Security Disability benefits and you suffer from a condition such as these:
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:
Have a question? Ask James Smith!