Our Past Work

Representative Cases: Social Security

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Gamble v. Chater 1995

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We won the first decision granting Social Security benefits to an amputee who could not afford a new prosthesis.
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Stout v. Commissioner 2006

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We won a decision for a social security claimant at the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals establishing that a social security judge cannot ignore the testimony of claimant’s witnesses and that the government’s lawyers can’t make up new arguments on…
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Parkinson's Disease Claim

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Our client, a 50-year-old woman with symptoms of Parkinson's Disease, was denied initially and at reconsideration. We won her case at hearing.
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Heart Disease Claim

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Our client, a 43-year-old man, had ischemic heart disease and was homeless. Nevertheless he was denied initially and at reconsideration. We were able to win him benefits with an On-the-Record Request before hearing.
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Lupus Claim

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Our client, a 35-year-old woman, was diagnosed with Lupus. She was denied initially and at reconsideration but we were able to win her benefits at hearing.
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Interstitial Cystitis Claim

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Our client, a 23-year-old woman, suffered from severe interstitial cystitis and Bipolar Disorder. After denial initially and at reconsideration, we were able to win her benefits at hearing.
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