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Disability Services in Oakland, CA
It's a fact that many people who are deserving of disability benefits are wrongfully denied, often because they simply give up and don't appeal. At Sackett and Associates, it's our policy not to give up on cases that have merit. For over three decades, Sackett & Associates has exclusively represented Social Security disability claimants. We've successfully represented more than 5, 000 claimants in California and 12 other states.
Sackett Harvey P
read moreIt may be frustrating dealing with the government on your own. Not only are you managing your disability, but you also have to navigate the complicated Social Security Disability system. At Sackett and Associates, we handle your disability claim so you can focus on your health. Every day, our disability lawyers help people win the disability benefits they deserve. Over the last 38 years, we have helped residents of San Francisco, San Jose, Oakland, Napa, Hayward, Sacramento, Santa Clara and all cities throughout Northern California.
read moreDon't give up! It is absolutely heartbreaking when you know you cannot work but the government still denies your case. The process to appeal can be long and tedious, but success is possible. Your hearing is the most critical stage in your case. Your appeals hearing before the Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) is your best chance to present evidence in person. It's crucial you and the evidence be well prepared. If you have received a denial at the initial step, we strongly recommend you get legal help as soon as possible.
read moreIf you're trying to win disability benefits, you're most likely struggling both physically and financially. The attorneys at Sackett and Associates are here to help you through the complicated Social Security Disability processes. Applying for disability benefits is an overwhelming process. An application for Disability Insurance Benefits or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) must be filed with the Social Security Administration. Many people are denied the first time, especially those who choose to act on their own without an attorney representing them.