As a young man, (after graduating from Mississippi College, The School of Law), I witnessed the way that Social Security Disability helped out my father when he became disabled due to a serious illness.
I understand the need for diligent, and skillfull manuvering through the disability system. Understanding how the disability system works enables me to better represent my clients. I belong to the National Organization of Social Security Claims Representatives to keep me up to date on all the new rulings from the government.
I am the founder of Social Security Denied, LLC, this company was designed by me to do one thing, assist people with their Social Security Disability claims.
I have been sworn into the Supreme Court of The United States by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, I am a member of the bar in that Court. I am permitted to argue cases in that Court.
Give me a call and I would be pleased to put my legal skills and experience to work for you.Social Security Denied, LLC is not affiliated with the Social Security Administration nor any other governmental agency. It is a private law office.
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|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Voted first place by peers at BGOC||BGOC||2010|
|Disability Attorney||Disability Attorney||1997 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|National Organization of Social Security Claims Representatives||Attorney Member||N/A|
|Mr Doe v. SSA, "Disability claim"||Client declared disabled|
|Ms Doe v Corporation, "explosion"||Case resolved after two years of litigation.|
|Appeals Council Favorable||Decision overturned at Appeals Council, case remanded back to hearing stage, we won the second hearing.|
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|Crohns disability information||Crohns disability information||2012|
|SocialSecuritydenied.com||Social Security Discussions||2008|
|MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE||Law||Doctoral of Jurisprudence||1997|
|Widener University School of Law||Using your personality in trials||2010|
|Ames Moot Court Harvard University||Moot Court for first years at Harvard Law School||2007|
|Ames Moot Court||Trial practice||2006|