If you are unable to perform your former work due to either a mental or physical illness or injury, an Ocala Social Security Disability lawyer can help you determine if you qualify for Social Security Disability benefits.

If you worked “on the books” for five of the last ten years, and you have a medical condition that is likely to keep you from working for a minimum of 12 months, Pam Olsen, P.A. is the Social Security Disability attorney that can help you file Social Security Disability claims.

For more than 15 years, Pam Olsen, P.A. has won Social Security Disability claims for satisfied clients in Ocala, Marion County, and the surrounding counties. She knows what evidence judges in Florida require to approve your Social Security Disability claim. She handles Social Security Disability claims cases from the initial application stage, to administrate hearings, to federal court.

Pam Olsen, P.A. can help with Social Security Disability claims for a wide variety of disabilities, including but not limited to:

  • Cancer
  • Diabetes
  • Depression
  • PTSD
  • ADD
  • Spinal disorders
  • Stroke
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Amputations
  • Asthma
  • Chronic liver disease
  • Burns
  • Substance abuse

Pam Olsen, P.A.is an Ocala personal injury lawyer who knows that the secret to winning a Social Security Disability is to properly prepare your application, and to effectively present your medical evidence of disability. Pam will take the time to carefully listen and understand your medical problem, job history, and educational background to determine the best way to win your Social Security Disability claim.

If you are suffering from a physical or mental qualm that is preventing you from working, contact an assertive Ocala Social Security Disability lawyer.

Pam Olsen, P.A. is an advocate for the rights of her clients. She will fight her hardest to ensure that you receive Social Security Disability benefits.

Call Pam Olsen, P.A. at 352-671-9777 today for an experienced Ocala Social Security Disability attorney!

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