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In 30 years we have won over $100 million in past-due benefits for our clients.

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The team at Cannon Disability Law works with you to win the benefits you deserve.

Social Security Disability Attorneys Serving the Western United States

At Cannon Disability Law, our Salt Lake City, Utah Social Security Disability lawyers have successfully represented disability claimant’s for over 30 years. During that time we have won over 18,000 SSD and SSI cases. Winning disability cases is what we do and we want to help you win your Social Security Disability case. Our firm represents clients throughout the Western United States. We have clients in Utah, Nevada, Idaho, California, Oregon, Washington, Wyoming, Colorado, and Arizona. While our headquarters is in Salt Lake City, Utah, we travel to the cities where our client’s live. We will travel to represent you whether you live in Las Vegas, San Francisco, or Pocatello. Our travel is at no cost to you. Most importantly, you don’t pay an attorney fee until we win your case. If we don’t win your disability claim, you don’t owe an attorney fee. Therefore, you can put our experience to work for you, even if you don’t have any money to hire an attorney. Click here to meet our Social Security Disability attorneys.

OUR EXPERIENCE WINS BENEFITS

Winning SSD and SSI benefits is not easy.  It is also not a fast process. But, we have the legal experience you need to obtain your disability benefits.  When you hire Cannon Disability Law, our attorneys are with you every step of the way. You are hiring us to be part of your team;  which we believe includes you, your family, your doctors, and us as your legal representative. We will be there to guide you through what can be a lengthy, confusing process. Additionally, we will help you complete SSA’s application and the SSA’s disability report forms. We support you throughout the long wait to appear before a judge. Therefore, when you appear as a witness in your court case before the SSA, you will be ready.

OUR SALT LAKE CITY DISABILITY ATTORNEYS ARE ON YOUR TEAM 

Because we are on this journey with you, our Salt Lake City Social Security Disability attorneys help you file your initial application with the Social Security Administration. We also help our clients appeal their case at each step of the disability process. This includes filing a request for reconsideration and a request for hearing with an SSA judge. As part of your team, we help you collect the medical records you need in order to prove disability. We also work with you and your doctors to build a winning case that proves your disability to the SSA.

As Social Security Disability experts, our Salt Lake City SSD attorneys, representatives, and paralegals have practiced disability law for 30 years. This gives us 50 years of combined legal experience representing and winning disability claims. We know Social Security law. Therefore, when you hire us, you are using our knowledge to help you win your case. Not only do we win in court, we also win disability benefits on appeal. Hundreds of cases are won by us at the Appeals Council and in Federal Court.

EVERY DAY YOU WAIT TO APPLY IS A DAY YOU LOSE MONEY

We have won over $100 million in past-due benefits for our clients;  disability benefits that our clients are entitled to after years of hard work. Disability benefits are not welfare, they are benefits that you pay for by working and paying taxes. The government puts aside disability benefits for every person who works, in case they ever experience a disability and can no longer work.

What you may not know is that your benefits are tied to the day you apply. With SSD benefits, there is a six month waiting period to begin benefits.  The six month waiting period applies to everyone. However, you can get back benefits one year prior to the date of application, as long as you are not working because of your disability. If you are applying for SSI benefits, your benefits begin the day that you apply. This means that every day you wait to apply is a day you lose money.

APPLYING FOR DISABILITY IS EASY AND YOU CAN APPLY ONLINE TODAY

Applying is easy to do. Even if you don’t want to hire a lawyer right now, you should still apply for disability benefits. It is simple. Just go to ssa.gov and start an online application today.  You can start an application online even if you don’t know all of the information that they ask about on the application. The SSA allows you to get a re-entry number and come back to finish the application when you are ready to complete it.

Even though the SSA denies 70% of all disability claims that are filed, we still win the majority of our cases. We win because we understand the law and we know what medical evidence the SSA needs to grant your disability benefits. Additionally, our  attorneys work with you to build your case. Consider us to be part of your team.

In the past 30 years, our Salt Lake City-based Social Security Disability attorneys have successfully obtained disability benefits for over 18,000 clients. When you hire an attorney, you want one you can trust. With our team approach and our years of expertise, you can trust us to fight for your benefits. Give us a call and put our experience to work for you. You can also contact Cannon Disability Law online.

FREE CASE EVALUATION – CALL SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY LAWYERS NOW 

Call us now at (801) 322-2121. Or, email us using this website and we will evaluate your disability case for free. We will need to know some basic information about your disability and your work history. Also, we will need to know if you have already applied for benefits. It doesn’t cost you anything to have us evaluate your disability case. Most importantly, if we take your case, you will not need to pay an attorney fee upfront.

Payment of your disability attorney fee is contingent upon you winning your disability benefits. This means that you do not owe an attorney fee until we win your case. If we do not win your case, you do not owe an attorney fee. To learn more about our attorney’s fees and how we can help you, please visit “What Will It Cost?”  Or give us a call, so we can answer your questions immediately. If you cannot work because of disability, you are entitled to the SSD benefits you paid for. Call now and join Cannon Disability Law on the road to success.

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Dianna Cannon

Dianna Cannon

Attorney

Dianna Cannon has been representing Social Security Disability claimant's for over 27 years. She is a sustaining member of the National Organization of Social Security Claimant's Representatives and an adjunct professor at the S.J. Quinney College of Law where she teaches Disability Law. Read More

Brett Bunkall

Brett Bunkall

Associate

Brett Bunkall has practiced Social Security Disability law for the past eight years. During that time he has won hundreds of hearings. Prior to working for Cannon Disability Law, he practiced family law and he is admitted to practice law in both Idaho and Utah. Read More

Dianna Cannon

Dianna Cannon

Attorney

Dianna Cannon has been representing Social Security Disability claimant's for over 27 years. She is a sustaining member of the National Organization of Social Security Claimant's Representatives and an adjunct professor at the S.J. Quinney College of Law where she teaches Disability Law. Read More

Andria Summers

Andria Summers

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Andria Summers has been working with Cannon Disability Law's clients for over 17 years. She is a licensed representative through the Social Security Administration and she is also a paralegal. Ms. Summers has helped thousands of clients obtain their disability benefits... Read More

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