We value our friends, clients and colleagues whose support has propelled us to reach new levels of success. We are furthering our penetration in all of our varied areas of law by winning cases.
As leaders in upscale focused litigation aimed to establish financial stability to the injured and disabled, our compassion and empathy for those unable to work, is what sets our practice apart.
We are inspired by Founding Attorney, Joseph A. Romano, Esq., (You may simply know him as Joe). Joe’s personal motto, derived from decades of advocating justice and winning for his clientele from all walks of life, has become the company’s mission statement;and serves as our inspiration.
“Making a Real Difference for Real People.”
The Federal Government, through the Social Security Administration (SSA) offers two benefit programs for individuals who are unable to work:
Social Security Disability (SSD)
Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
Both programs are available to those who meet the qualifying requirements.
Filing a claim on your own is possible, but it is advisable to allow our legal experts to guide you.
The Social Security Disability Team at Law Offices of Joseph A. Romano, P.C. takes immediate action to streamline the process of your SSD and SSI claims and gets you back on track financially.
We offer a free consultation that will help you understand your best options, and the initial questioner process.
SSD & SSI - YES or NO?
SSA Initial Qualification Questions & Your YES or NO Answers:
SSA: Are you working?
YES - SSA will analyze the amount of your monthly earnings to determine your eligibility.
NO - SSA will consider eligibly based on your medical condition.
SSA: Is your medical condition severe, and has been so for at least one year?
YES - You will be asked next question regarding List of Impairments.
NO - You will not be considered disabled.
SSA: Is your medical condition described on List of Impairments?
YES - You will be considered disabled.
NO - SSA may determine your eligibility according to the next question.
SSA - Can you do the work you did before?
YES - SSA will not considered you disabled.
NO - SSA will determine your eligibility according to how you answer the next question.
SSA - Can you do any other type of work?
YES - SSA may not consider you disabled.
NO - SSA will consider you disabled.
Law Offices of Joseph A. Romano, P.C. is a Full- Service Law Firm.
Areas of Law:
- Workers’ Compensation
- Nationwide Social Security Disability
- Longshore Harbor Act
- Hearing Loss Claims
- 9/11 Latent Injuries
- Disability Pensions
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