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Social Security Disability Insurance (SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) can be a daunting and complicated process. Some who apply for the benefits, without(and sometimes with) a legal advocate often make mistakes because they do not fully understand the requirements, and have their applications denied. The Antonowicz Group of legal advocates and professionals understand this process, and can help.
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Peter Antonowicz became an attorney to advise and represent disadvantaged people in our society - the disabled, the mentally ill, and the impoverished. This has been his life's calling. While in Law School I he studied Social Security law , represented disability claimants at hearings, wrote briefs to the United States District Court , and represented the mentally ill with regard to civil rights.  He has represented disability claimants since 1982. The entire staff at the Antonowicz Group has one calling - representing people from all walks of life who have experienced many medical and financial challenges. The challenge of seeking justice in the face of a huge and often uncaring government system requires some experienced legal help. The Antonowicz Group has continued to focus our practice on the rights of people with disabilities for over 35 years.
You may find other firms advertising on TV or online who claim to specialize in Social Security Disability Insurance and SSI claims. Most often, the firm is located far away and doesn't even have an attorney on staff. Additionally, the person you see on TV is only an actor. These firms are seeking high-volume business. They do everything by mail and Internet. You may not even meet them until the day of your hearing. And even then, the person who shows up at the hearing does not even know the facts  of your situation. These firms are simply looking to handle as many “cases” as possible. They know that they will still make money even if they succeed in a small percentage of a large number of cases. Those firms only handle cases, and lots of them. They do not represent people.
I became an attorney to advise and represent clients with regard to legal affairs. I studied Social Security law while in law school. I represented disability claimants while I was still a law student and even wrote briefs to the United States District Court on behalf of disabled individuals before I even graduated from law school. I have represented disability claimants since 1982. I became an attorney so that I may represent clients, not so that I can handle a large volume of cases without regard to the outcome of any particular case.

When you decide to hire legal representation for your disability claim, remember that you are not merely a “case”. You are an individual who has unfortunately suffered disabilities and who can benefit from legal representation. Please hire someone who will treat you like a valued client, rather than a faceless “case”.
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