Do I Need A Lawyer Regarding My Workers' Compensation Or Disability Claim?

When you need help because of a serious physical or mental condition, you do want a skilled attorney. Whether you are filing a Social Security Disability (SSD or SSDI) benefit application, a Supplemental Security Income (SSI or SSDI) benefits application or filing a claim for workers' compensation benefits, an attorney will be your trusted advisor and your advocate.

With more than 25 years of experience, attorney Marjorie Drake can help you. She has the knowledge and the experience to present your case. Contact her office, located in Hartford, Connecticut, and schedule your free initial consultation about SSD/SSDI or workers' compensation today.

The Process Is Complicated — Don't Get Lost In The Paperwork

Social Security regulations are extremely complicated. There are forms to file, and due dates to consider. Representation is particularly important if you need to go to a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge. Whether you are filing for the first time or you are contesting a denied SSD application, attorney Drake can help you through this stressful situation.

She will obtain all of your medical records to demonstrate a disabling condition that prevents you from working and then she'll file your paperwork. If you are fighting a benefit denial, she will construct a strong and persuasive legal argument. The process is not an easy one and the appeals process is even more confusing. When you need SSD or SSI/SSDI benefits, you want a professional to argue persuasively on your behalf.

Let Us Stand Up For You

If you have suffered a serious or catastrophic work injury, you may be entitled to workers' compensation. Undergoing surgery for a work injury or missing a lot of work because of an injury are examples of the consequences of serious workplace injuries. Even though you may be entitled to workers' compensation for your injury, the workers' compensation insurance company will often fight your claim.

Marjorie Drake will evaluate your serious workplace injury to determine if you may be eligible for benefits. When the insurance company denies your workers' compensation benefits, the process can seem overwhelming. Lawyer Drake will guide you through the workers' compensation process and inform you of your rights.

Contact Marjorie Drake At Your Earliest Convenience

When dealing with SSD disability benefits, SSI benefits or workers' compensation issues, you want an attorney to advise you of your rights. Contact her office for a free initial consultation by calling 860-513-2309. Marjorie Drake represents clients located throughout Hartford and the Farmington Valley, in addition to people in New Haven and New Britain.