Free Consultation



Should You Give Up On Your Social Security Disability Claim If Your Health Improves?

Posted on:  October 12, 2016Byjpadmin

One myth circulating about Social Security disability payments is that the person receiving them would be required to pay the money back to the U.S. government if they get better.  This is absolutely not the case. Far too many Social…Read more >>

Reporting Drug and Alcohol Use to Your Sherman Oaks Social Security Disability Lawyer

Posted on:  August 3, 2016Byjpadmin

Sherman Oaks Social Security Disability Lawyer Explains Drug and Alcohol Use During a Claim While it may be uncomfortable to discuss, your attorney should know if you use drugs not prescribed by a medical treatment provider, or drink immoderate amounts…Read more >>

The Felony Exclusion Rule

Posted on:  June 8, 2016Byjpadmin

Finding work with a felony on your record can be hard.  Getting the Social Security disability benefits you deserve could be equally hard due to your immediate criminal record.  An administrative law judge will probably not consider your conviction when…Read more >>

Preparing For Your Hearing

Posted on:  May 4, 2016Byjpadmin

Most people who file for either Social Security Disability (SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) disability benefits will be denied on their initial application. A request for reconsideration is an appeal that is filed and most likely will be denied…Read more >>

Proving You Can’t Do a Sedentary Job

Posted on:  April 8, 2016ByLowenstein Disability Lawyers

Disability claimants must all prove that they are unable to perform a wide variety of jobs, but claimants who are under 50 have an especially stringent test to meet: they must be unable to perform even sedentary work that does…Read more >>

Getting a Second Opinion: How Your Doctor Can Help Your Claim

Posted on:  March 24, 2016ByLowenstein Disability Lawyers

When filing a claim for Social Security disability benefits, your Palmdale Social Security attorney might advise you that it would be a good idea to get a doctor's opinion about your disability. Some doctors are willing to provide a written…Read more >>

Medical Treatment: A Critical Component to a Successful Social Security Disability Claim

Posted on:  March 17, 2016ByLowenstein Disability Lawyers

Failure to receive the necessary medical treatment is a common and counter intuitive mistake made by many disability claimants. Your disability lawyer will emphasize that you must receive medical care not only to improve your health but also to support…Read more >>

The Five-step Sequential Evaluation Process

Posted on:  March 10, 2016ByLowenstein Disability Lawyers

Do you want to know if you qualify for Social Security disability benefits? Review the five-step sequential evaluation process to find out the types of medical conditions that are considered severe enough to constitute a disability.Read more >>

Janna Lowenstein

Posted on:  February 26, 2016ByLowenstein Disability Lawyers

If you are unable to work due to an injury or disability, you might have considered applying for lowenstein disability lawyers. You might be hesitant because you think it’s difficult to obtain benefits, but Janna Lowenstein is a Rosamond Social…Read more >>

How Can I Improve My Chances of Qualifying for Benefits?

Posted on:  February 19, 2016ByLowenstein Disability Lawyers

Most Social Security disability claims are initially turned down, so talk to your attorney if that applies to you. They will provide you with suggestions on ways to improve the probability that you will be approved. However, that depends on…Read more >>

Free Claim Evaluation

  • We help Southern California Social Security disability claimants at all stages. If you are thinking about applying for Social Security disability benefits, have had your application denied, or have had your Request for Reconsideration denied, please answer the questions below if you would like us to review your case.

    An asterisk (*) indicates required fields

  • List the medical conditions that affect
    your ability to work:

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.