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At Hansen Dirani & Associates Law Offices, we're ready to listen to you, answer your questions and discuss the best way to proceed. We understand how important your case is and we're ready to work for you. Whether you're making a new Social Security disability claim or appealing a denied claim, you can rely on our law firm for the help you need in securing benefits.
Every disability case is unique. There may be factors in your case that make you eligible to receive benefits that do not apply to another person with the same disability. For example, people over 50 years old may have an easier time securing benefits than younger people with the same disability.
Some people have common medical conditions and disabilities that the Social Security Administration recognizes in its "blue book" that lists impairments. Other people seeking benefits may have rare or unusual conditions not fully understood by the administration. Either way, we are ready to fight for you. The experienced Oklahoma disability attorneys with our firm know how to handle complex SSDI and SSI cases.
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At Hansen Dirani & Associates Law Offices, our dedicated lawyers work hard every day helping clients successfully navigate through this difficult process. Don't hesitate to contact an experienced attorney with our firm today to discuss your potential case. SSDI and SSI cases can become very complex very quickly. Most claims are initially denied. An attorney with our firm can discuss your options. Contact us for a free consultation.
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