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Social Security Disability Lawyer Denver, Disability Attorney Colorado

Harding & Associates, P.C., is a full service law firm that is dedicated to helping people receive disability benefits.  Our team of lawyers can help you every step of the way through this governmental process. Many people do not realize that most initial applications for Social Security Disability Insurance are denied.  We can help you through this process and increase your chances of being awarded these benefits.

The federal government provides benefits for injured individuals under the Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) program. However, most injured or disabled workers who apply for these needed benefits under this program are initially denied. If you are one of these people, call us at once, so that we can help you adhere to all necessary time frames. We want to be your Social Security Disability Insurance lawyers. If you want us to help at the time of your first application for benefits, we can assist you with that as well.

Harding & Associates is located in downtown Denver and our practice is in Denver, Boulder, Aurora and other Metropolitan communities.   We also accept Social Security Disability Cases from all over the State of Colorado to provide help when you need it. Our legal services include filing applications, filing reports and claims, representing you at formal hearings, and filing appeals. We help you through the entire process, and help with this confusing and frustrating governmental program. We can work on a contingency fee which means that we do not get paid until you get paid, and we work very hard to get you every dollar that you are entitled to receive.

The Social Security Program indicates that you are entitled to benefits if:

    1.    you are unable to engage in substantial gainful activity due to a physical or mental impairment;

    2.    a medical doctor has given an opinion that you are disabled under the government’s definitions;

    3.    your impairment is expected to last more than twelve months or result in death; and

    4.    your impairment is the reason you are unable to engage in substantial gainful employment.

We will help you to gather and present the required evidence through documents and testimony. We understand that testifying creates anxiety in most people, and we have learned how to help you to be able to present your case knowledgeable and with confidence.

Click here for the definition of disability according to the Social Security Administration

Please call us to get us on your team. In most cases we can help increase your chances of getting the benefits you deserve. We provide an initial, no fee, no obligation analysis of your case.  Call us at (303) 762-9500, or contact us through this web site.