Disability Advocate Gary Sells Helps You Get the Benefits You Need
Disability Benefits Can Make a Difference in Your Life
Your health has gotten worse, and you can’t work anymore. You’re facing a financial nightmare.
It’s time to call a disability advocate who’s helped thousands of people win Social Security Disability benefits—Gary Sells.
With disability benefits, you could get monthly checks and qualify for Medicare or Medicaid health care coverage, taking the strain off you so you can focus on your health.
Winning benefits is hard, but our team of advocates handles the hard parts for you. A recent government report found that people who brought representatives to their disability hearings were almost three times more likely to win benefits.
We help people in Gretna, Marrero, the entire West Bank, Metairie, all of Jefferson Parish and anywhere in the New Orleans area. Social Security Disability is all we do.
Why You Should Work with Disability Advocate Gary Sells
Choosing a representative is a complicated, personal decision. When you need Social Security Disability benefits, here’s why you should work with Gary Sells:
- Know where you stand. You need someone to be up-front and honest with you about what it will take to win disability benefits. Our staff will evaluate your case for FREE.
- Work directly with an advocate. At some firms, you’ll talk to assistants but never see your primary representative until the day of your disability hearing. Gary Sells will handle your case directly—and give you the personal attention you deserve. Our team will always help you prepare well before your hearing.
- Get proven, local experience. Applying for disability benefits is difficult. Appealing when you’re denied is even tougher. Worse, some disability firms just process cases from an office far away. Work with an advocate dedicated to local people in our community. Gary Sells has helped thousands of people in the New Orleans area win benefits.
- Disability law is all we do. Social Security Disability has its own system for deciding who gets benefits—including its own rules, regulations, courts and administrative law judges. You want a representative who knows that system inside and out. Gary Sells has spent his career working on disability cases.