Welcome to the Law Office of Kathleen M Flynn, LLC for assistance with Social Security Disability and Veterans Service Connected Benefits in Atlanta, GA. We are dedicated to helping you get all the disability benefits that you deserve.
Experienced Atlanta Area Social Security Disability Attorneys Who Care
Our Decatur, GA disability law firm, located in the Atlanta area, is dedicated exclusively to handling social security disability and veterans service connected benefits. After helping veterans obtain social security disability benefits for years, our disability lawyers are certified to assist veterans with claims before the Veterans Administration.
We have successfully assisted thousands of disabled adults and children with the frustrating process of obtaining Supplemental Security Income (SSI, Title XVI); Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI, Title II, DIB); Disabled Adult Child benefits (DAC); Child’s Insurance benefits; and Widows or Widowers benefits from the Social Security Administration (SSA). In selecting our disability law firm for representation, you will have the benefit of 35 years of expertise from three social security disability attorneys, including SSA experience writing hearing decisions for Administrative Law Judges at SSA’s Office of Hearings and Operations (OHO).
Our disability attorneys and staff file applications, requests for reconsideration, requests for hearings, and attend social security disability hearings before Administrative Law Judges (ALJs) at Offices of Hearings and Operations (OHOs) throughout GA including Atlanta OHO, Alpharetta OHO, (Atlanta North), Covington OHO, Athens OHO, Columbus OHO, Augusta OHO, Savannah OHO, Macon OHO, and out of state OHOs, even when clients move. We file Requests for Review of unfavorable ALJ disability decisions and cases of merit in US District Court. For veterans, we file Notices of Disagreement and appeals to the Board of Veterans Appeals.
Whenever you call us, instead of responding to endless prompts, you will speak directly with a caring member of Kathleen M Flynn LLC’s disability law firm staff, who will guide you to health services helpful in treating your medical conditions and resources useful in meeting your needs.
We Understand: Mental Illness Is a Disability, Too
You may be a courageous Veteran who has returned home from combat with PTSD; or a depressed individual who silently endured years of abuse; or a persevering parent who is raising a child with ADHD; or a confused manic-depressive who has managed mood swings with alcohol and/or drugs; or a weary family member who is coping with a schizophrenic’s irrational behavior. Because we are familiar with various types of mental illness which affect your mental health, we can assist you. Our firm also knows the importance of receiving a favorable decision, so you or your loved one will have stable housing and will qualify for Medicaid or Medicare to cover expensive medications and therapy.
We Also Specialize in Child’s Insurance Benefits and SSI Disability Cases for Children
Most law firms will not take on the challenge of Child’s Insurance Benefits or Child Supplemental Security Income (SSI) cases, which require specific documentation from teachers, schools, therapists, doctors, and family members. Our firm is different. We realize how difficult the task of raising a child with disabilities can be. We want to get your child’s case approved, so you can access community programs for your child to reach his or her full potential.
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