How I Help You
Gary Sells Disability Benefits Advocate offers a FREE Evaluation of your case and will discuss your options with you. Let me make a difference in your life. Contact me today!
Metairie Social Security Disability Advocate
Trying to win disability benefits is a major struggle when you’re suffering both physically and financially. If you’re in Louisiana or Mississippi, Gary Sells is here to help you make it through the complex Social Security Disability processes.
Appealing your Denial…
If you were denied, it’s not over. It’s frustrating when you know you can’t work and your disability claim is denied at the initial level. Appealing your Social Security Disability denial can be a process, but it’s still possible. However, once you receive a denial letter, you have only 60 days to file for an appeal. It’s important to call our office right away if your claim is denied.
Just because you were denied, it doesn’t mean your claim is over so don’t give up. I will file an appeal on your behalf and request a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge.
Contact our office today to discuss your Social Security Disability claim.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE APPEAL PROCESS
If Social Security has Notified You of an Upcoming Hearing…
It's very important to be prepared for your hearing. At this point, you are strongly encouraged to get help from an experienced disability representative.
Gary Sells has over 35 years of experience helping people win Social Security Disability Benefits in Louisiana and Mississippi. He’ll use his knowledge and experience to:
- advise you about the importance of medical treatment
- understand your impairments
- analyze your Social Security file
- prepare your case
- obtain important evidence such as medical records
- prepare your testimony
- make helpful legal arguments before and during the hearing
- question witnesses
- cross-examine any medical and/or vocational experts who testify at your hearing
- file appeals in a timely manner (if necessary)
- represent you at each stage of your claim
Don’t attend your Social Security hearing by yourself. Gary Sells will meet with you face-to-face before the hearing to help to prepare your case.
What does it cost?
You pay no fees, unless you win. The most you will ever be charged is 25% of your past due benefits plus the costs incurred in your case, including medical records or consulting with a medical or psychological expert.