Veterans Disability Denied
We are all thankful for your service and everything that they have done for us, but we know many veterans are suffering from service-related injuries, emotional problems and multiple other challenges that make finding sustainable employment difficult. When you apply to the Veterans Administration you are often denied because they deem you able to do sedentary work in light of your disabilities. The same thing also applies when you apply for Social Security Disability it is determined that you are capable of sedentary work.
Social Security Disability Denied
We help attorneys and their client (claimants) by creating a vocational assessment report that evaluates and reports impairments that hinder their ability to perform substantial gainful employment. Our staff has been approved to serve as Vocational Experts during hearings and appeals with the Social Security Administration. Our years of experience with the Social Security process gives us an in-depth knowledge of what evidence needs to be present in a report for your Request for Reconsideration or your hearing with an administrative law judge. Learn More
Long-Term Disability Denied
Often when it comes to long-term disability, a vocational evaluation is required when physical or psychological injury prevents your client from obtaining and maintaining their regular chosen occupation or any other occupation they may be suitably trained for after short-term disability expires. The Vocational Evaluation of long-term disability involves analyzing the definition of disability provided by the insured, analyzing the individuals physical or psychological limitations and their effect on obtaining and maintaining substantial gainful employment. Learn More