Marietta disability lawyer, Dorine Preis, answers your questions about Social Security disability benefits

In my experience as a Marietta disability lawyer, most disability claimants find it frustrating, at best, to deal with the Social Security Administration. This frustration stems, in large part, from the fact that the Social Security Administration is a large bureaucracy, governed by a complicated set of rules and regulations. When you have questions about the rules, as every claimant inevitably does, the very nature of this bureaucracy makes it difficult to find a straight answer. One question often leads to another question, which leads to another.

I built this website to address that frustration. Below, I have answered a few common questions about the process of obtaining Social Security disability benefits. The 100+ pages of my Social Security library, located at the bottom of this page, provide additional information on a wide range of topics, as do the educational videos. If you do not find the answer to your question here, please feel free to contact me directly. I have been helping disabled adults and children get the benefits they deserve for more than 20 years. If your claim for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits was denied, I may be able to help you too.

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Contact Marietta disability lawyer, Dorine Preis

As you can tell from this brief overview, Social Security law is complex. The road to an award of Social Security disability benefits often is long and difficult, requiring great patience, determination and emotional strength. Your journey along this road will be much easier if you have an experienced Georgia disability lawyer by your side to guide the way. If you have been denied Social Security disability benefits or your child has been denied benefits, please use the Free Claim Evaluation on this page to tell me about your situation, or call or email me directly. I will respond promptly. Your initial consultation is free, and in most cases I do not collect attorney fees unless I recover benefits for you.

I wish you success.

Dorine E. Preis
Marietta disability lawyer
Serving claimants throughout Metro Atlanta and North Georgia

1495 Powers Ferry Rd.
Suite 101
Marietta, Georgia 30067

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