Social Security Disability
You may be considered disabled under Social Security if:

  • You cannot do work that you did before;
  • You cannot adjust to other work because of your condition; and
  • Your disability has lasted or is expected to last for at least one year or will result in death.

Social Security can pay disability benefits to you and certain members of your family if you have worked long enough and have a medical condition that prevents you from working. The process of applying for and receiving this assistance, however, can be overwhelming. The forms can be confusing and the process and hearings can seem to take forever.

The Pacific Legal Group can guide you through the administrative red tape and take the confusion out of the process of receiving your benefits. We want to assist you in regaining your financial stability and getting on with your life.

Call us today so that we can help you avoid mistakes and receive your benefits at the earliest possible time.

Victories

Out-of-state client was arrested for DUI in Utah. The evidence against him was both compelling and strong. We negotiated a Plea in Abeyance to a lesser charge and the client was able to resolve all issues without having to return to Utah. The case was dismissed after six months and the payment of a court fee.

CASE DISMISSED

Client was involved in an altercation on a public basketball court and charged with Assault as a Class A Misdemeanor. The State had strong video evidence and eye-witness testimony implicating our client but the jury agreed with us that the client had acted in self-defense and our client was acquitted.

JURY TRIAL ACQUITTAL

Client was stopped at a DUI checkpoint and “failed” several field sobriety tests. After challenging the State’s evidence – including poorly obtained blood samples – we negotiated a complete dismissal of all charges.

CASE DISMISSED