As the coordinator of the Social Security Disability Project for a major metropolitan legal services organization, Daniel Alan Terner, Esq., had the opportunity to hone his skill as a Social Security Disability Claimant Representative by representing hundreds of disabled individuals, successfully pursuing appeals on their behalf and obtaining fully favorable determinations at all stages of the appellate process including at Reconsideration, at the Office of Hearings and Appeals before Administrative Law Judges, at the Social Security Administration Appeals Council, and in Federal District Court.
An active member of the National Organization of Social Security Claimant Representatives, Daniel Alan Terner, Esq., presently assists both adults and children with disability-related appeals.
If you or a family member has applied for Social Security Disability Income or for Supplemental Security Income and has been denied, you are not alone — Terner Elder Law, P.L., can help.
PLAN FOR A DISABLED CHILD
Do you want to find a way to leave a legacy for your disabled child in a way that will not harm their public benefit eligibility? Do you want to make sure that the people you choose are the ones who look after your disabled child’s needs, should something happen to you? Terner Elder Law, P.L. can help.
APPEAL A DISABILITY DENIAL
Sometimes the Social Security Administration gets it wrong. If the Social Security Administration has said that you are not disabled, know that you are not alone.