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Social Security Disability (SSD) - Provides money benefits to people who are too ill to work and “disabled.” Under the Social Security law, a “disability” is a complete inability to perform substantial gainful activity because of a physical or mental impairment. The disability must last for at least 12 months to qualify for benefits.
Unfortunately, Social Security bureaucrats deny nearly 80% of all claims. We can get your denied claim reconsidered by Social Security and ultimately heard by a Social Security Judge. Randy Zeldin, Esq. will develop properly documented medical evidence to maximize your chance of success.
Social Security attorney fees are always 25% of past due benefits, at a maximum of $6,000.00. There are no attorney fees unless your case is won!
Workers’ Compensation - The injured person’s lifeline to medical care and lost wages. Have you had problems getting a doctor, a medical test or lost wages? Do you need help settling your case? We’ll fight for every benefit available under the law. Never out of pocket fees!
Contact us online or call (561) 613-0101 today for a free and confidential consultation!
Randy Zeldin, Esq. is a workers' compensation and social security disability lawyer serving Palm Beach County, Broward County, Pompano Beach, Deerfield Beach, Boca Raton, Delray Beach, Lake Worth, and West Palm Beach.
Randy Zeldin is a Veterans Disability Appeals Attorney, serving disabled Veterans throughout the United States.
The law offices of Randy Zeldin services the South Florida community, from West Palm Beach to Ft. Lauderdale. Of the many communities in South Florida represented by Social Security and Workers' Compensation Attorney Randy Zeldin, the following cities have been his largest supporters:
- Proposals to Eliminate "Double Dipping" In order to receive Social Security Disability benefits, a claimant must prove an inability to engage in substantial gainful employment for at least ....
- "Secret" Social Security Judge Policy is Abolished For approximately the past year, the Social Security Administrated had implemented a new policy: the name of the Judge assigned would not be ....
- Social Security Judges Sue Social Security! The Association of Administrative Law Judges, which encompasses "Social Security Judges," recently brought a Federal law suit against the Social ....