Everyone knows that Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits can be extremely difficult to obtain. Many people feel that the system is designed to be so complicated and time-consuming that the average applicant will simply give up the struggle to get their benefits.
Steve Muehler has received, and continues to receive, training in the programs required to engage with the Social Security Administration in compliance with the Social Security Protection Act of 2004. To ensure the best Paralegal Representation for your claims, Mr. Muehler continues to receive extensive training to ensure he remains up to date on all Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and/or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Claims from start-to-finish.
The Social Security Administration denies 2/3 of all initial claims, and the odds are even higher for those applying without professional representation.
Our services include (but are not limited to):
Completing the Application
Representing you in the Claims process
Gathering the appropriate Medical Records on your behalf
When required, if you have a denied claim, we can represent you in an appeals process in front of an Administrative Law Judge.
VETERANS ADMINISTRATION DISABILITY:
The Office of Veterans Administration often unfairly denies service connection for a veteran’s disability which results in a lengthy Appeals Process which can be overwhelming and taxing for anyone not familiar with the process. Then, after all of that, and after the Office of Veterans Administration does finally establish benefits for the Veteran, the Office of Veterans Administration assigns a rating or effective date that is less than the Veteran deserves. The sole purpose for this division is for the Veteran to have a Paralegal, who happens to be a service veteran himself, that has experience in cutting through the VA’s red tape and help the Veteran win their case. We feel this process will help the Veteran save time trying to figure out the VA Disability Form, save money on Attorney Fees, and ultimately get the Veteran the benefits they need and have already earned.
Most Veterans Disability Claims are denied at first, or assigned a lower rating by the VA, because the VA failed to provide the Veteran with a Medical Examination, the VA unfairly denied a service connection to the disability, the VA assigned the wrong rating, the VA assigned the wrong effective date, and/or the VA ignored additional benefits which the Veteran is entitled.
When you engage Steve Muehler - Paralegal, you get the help you need to win your VA Benefits.
Steve Muehler - Paralegal will gather all your medical evidence needed to prove mental and physical impairments. We often work with doctors, psychologists, and vocational experts to help provide evidence to prove your disabilities are service-connected.
When you win your appeal you may be owed backpay. This is the money you should have been receiving all along. The Office of Veterans Administration backpay checks can be a significant amount of money. Many veterans find their back pay goes back years! Beware: the Veterans Administration often calculates back pay wrong.
Once you engage Steve Muehler - Paralegal, we file everything for your appeal. You no longer have to worry about learning difficult VA benefits law, we’ll handle it. We know all the steps, VA law, and tricks veterans need to get the VA disability benefits they deserve.
What many Veterans don’t know is how to accurately determine their effective date. The VA is often wrong when it issues an effective date. Many Veterans may not even realize they are missing possibly years of backpay. We spend lots of time focusing on effective dates. Many times before, we have found Veterans’ effective dates to have been incorrectly given by the VA.
Steve Muehler - Paralegal Fee's:
Social Security Disability Filing: $375 USD
VA Disability Benefits Filing: $375 USD
To get Started, complete the Appropriate Online Form (same day service available):
1055 West 7th Street
Los Angeles, California 90017
Phone: (310) 779-7226