Ken LaVan and Adam Neidenberg work zealously in their representation of each client.
They have assembled a team of advocates who are trained attorneys well-versed in navigating the bureaucratic ins and outs of the disability claims process. The group's vast experience in arguing disability benefits cases in front of Administrative Law Judges and cross-examining medical and vocational experts make them the ideal choice for handling these types of claims. The group's mission is simple - "To obtain favorable decisions for deserving disabled clients and to make the process as simple as possible." This is accomplished by appealing claims in an efficient and timely manner while building solid cases to present to the judges assigned to adjudicate the claims. The group's proven system for gathering medical evidence and other inclusive forms enables its advocates to present cases accurately and in a way that is compelling to the decision-maker. Clients of the LaVan & Neidenberg® Disability Advocacy Group will feel confident that they are receiving the best representation and provided the most opportunities to win their cases. LaVan & Neidenberg® Disability Advocacy Group fights for their clients' rights!
Please note that as of November 2014, LaVan & Neidenberg®, P.A. became a disability advocacy group. Any articles, blog posts, videos or other materials on this website that are dated before this transition took effect may contain our firm's previous name and other law firm-related references.
If you cannot maintain gainful employment because of your disability, you may be entitled to disability benefits! At LaVan & Neidenberg®, our Social Security and veterans' disability advocates help you gather the medical evidence necessary to build a strong case so you can obtain the benefits you deserve.
Whether you are seeking Social Security Disability (SSDI), Supplemental Security Income (SSI) or Veterans Disability Compensation benefits, the process can be frustrating, overwhelming, and discouraging.
Many people who apply are denied, and then denied again before getting approved for benefits. The vast majority of claimants are not turned away because their disability isn't genuine. The unfortunate reality is that many qualified claimants are denied because they do not possess the know-how to get their disability claim approved and do not seek guidance from qualified Social Security disability advocates or VA disability advocates.
Our advocacy group has years of experience and goes the extra mile to help our clients secure their disability benefits. Using our specialized and in-depth understanding of the disability claims process, we have obtained over $500 million in benefits.
Our disability advocates help you navigate through this complex process and appeal any denials. Unlike many other disability advocacy groups, we help you every step of the way, from filing all of your paperwork to gathering your medical records. Without exception, we will assist you in completing the applications, questionnaires, and appeals, making sure that each document meets the proper requirements and standards. We will request your medical histories and evaluations from your past and present doctors, building your medical case. We make certain that your claim is getting the attention it deserves.
We have served thousands of claimants over the years and understand the stress and frustration you may feel trying to battle the system alone. The application process can be intimidating and confusing, especially for those who are also struggling with debilitating mental disorders or physical disabilities. We can’t take away your pain, but let us relieve your burden.
At LaVan & Neidenberg® Disability Advocacy Group, We Fight for Your Rights!
CALL us toll-free at 1.888.234.5758 or fill out our contact form.
There are many demanding requirements throughout the disability process, you should remember that the key to obtaining disability benefits is – DON’T GIVE UP!
According to the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR), 19.4% of Americans have a disability, totaling 48.9 million people. Sixteen million are work disabled and unable to adequately support themselves or their families due to their health issues. The Council for Disability Awareness reports that 3 out of 10 workers will become disabled for some length of time before their retirement.