Social Security and Disability Issues

At Waggoner Law Firm we can help you with your social security and disability claims. We understand it can be difficult to deal with the government when you are hurt or disabled, and we want to help you get what you are entitled to. The government has a system to handle claims for Social Security and disability claims that can take up a lot of your time and energy if you face it alone.

Waggoner Law Firm wants to help you through the process and take some of the burden off of your shoulders. We try to deal with your case as quickly and efficiently as possible, so you can spend more of your time focusing on your life instead of dealing with headaches caused by government bureaucracy. Contact us today, and we can begin the process to help you.


Waggoner Law Firm
   1433 Poplar Ave.
Memphis, Tn 38104
(901)276-3334 Office
(901)276-2715 Fax

Social Security and Disability Appeals have several stages. You may not have to go through all of them to get a favorable decision, but we want you to be fully educated on what you are facing when you appeal a Social Security decisions. There are four possible stages to appeal any Social Security decision.

  1. Reconsideration
  2. Administrative Law Judge Hearing
  3. Appeals Council Review
  4. Federal Court Action

Your Rights to Representation:

You have a right to have someone help you with your appeal or to represent you. We can represent you and work with the Social Security program. As your representative, we will receive a copy of any decisions that the Social Security Administration makes in your case, and we will explain any questions that you may have. We will help you decide what action to take in the various stages of your case. We take the time to make sure that you understand what is happening in your case because we care about the outcome. We work hard for all of our clients and try to make sure that you help us make the best choices for you in your claim.

Waggoner Law Firm can help you work through the process. Contact us and make an appointment. For more information on Social Security and Disability claims, please visit our resources page.