Winning Disability Benefits in Nevada
For years, we have successfully represented thousands of clients from Nevada. Our clients live throughout Nevada, including in Las Vegas, Henderson, Summerlin, and other Nevada cities. We represent all of our Nevada clients in hearings before the administrative law judges at the downtown Las Vegas hearing office, which is in the Lloyd D. George Federal Courthouse.
If you can no longer work due to a disability, you need to replace your income and we can help you now. We can help you file your application for disability online at ssa.gov. Our goal is to help you every step of the way and that includes filing your initial application. If you hire us to represent you before the Social Security Administration, we will also help you file appeal any SSA denials, file your request for reconsideration and we request a hearing for you when the time comes. We help you collect your medical records and make the strongest legal arguments that support your disability claim. Most importantly, we prepare you to be a witness in court, answer the judge’s questions, and explain how your disability is preventing you from performing full-time work. When you begin the process of applying for disability benefits, you need a law firm who understands disability law and has won thousands of disability claims. The SSA denies 70% of disability claims, often without taking into account the combination of your disabling impairments or reviewing all of your medical records. That is why our law firm has been fighting against the SSA’s decisions for over 30 years and we win. You need a team that is on your side every step of the way and who will best present your disability case to the SSA Judge.
Contacting us is free. Call 800-732-2323 and we can tell you over the phone whether you qualify for disability benefits. It does not cost anything to become our client and you will not owe an attorney fee until we win your case. Call now and put our experience to work for you.
You can apply for disability benefits with our help by calling 1-800-772-1213, applying online at ssa.gov, or visiting a local field office at the addresses below:
Henderson SSA Office
10416 S Eastern Ave
Henderson, NV 89052
Las Vegas SSA Office
1250 S Buffalo Drive, Suite 150
Las Vegas, NV 89117
North Las Vegas SSA Office
4340 Simmons Street
North Las Vegas, NV 89032
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We can help you apply for benefits online at and we will answer your questions about applying for disability benefits. Usually, we can tell you over the phone whether or not you qualify and have a good chance of winning your case. Talking to us is free. Give us a call today. To learn about your rights and legal options, call Cannon Disability Law at 801-322-2121 or call toll-free at 800-732-2323 and speak to one of our disability experts. Our attorneys are admitted to practice law in Nevada. We can help you no matter where you live, just contact us.
Qualifying disabilities can be both physical and mental or a combination of both. For example, you may be a person who has disabling, chronic back pain from arthritis or herniated spinal discs. You may have even undergone multiple spinal surgeries or a multi-level fusion. While you may think that your spinal impairments are the only reason you cannot work, chronic pain often results in mental impairments, such as depression or anxiety. Mental impairments, even if they create moderate symptoms that impact your memory and concentration, can often make the difference between winning and losing your disability case. The SSA is required to look at the combination of all of your impairments to see if they prevent you from working and that includes any mental symptoms that may stem from your physical impairments.
The combination of both your physical and mental impairments, combined with your education and skill level from your past relevant work, may qualify you for disability benefits under the Medical Vocational Guidelines, also known as the “GRIDS.” The GRIDS are particularly helpful to disabled individuals who may have a disability that does not meet or equal a listing, but still prevents them from working due to adverse factors such as advanced age, the inability to learn new work skills, or the lack of education. In order to learn more about how you might qualify for disability benefits, see our page that discusses the Medical Vocational Guidelines and how they help people who are over 50 years old obtain disability benefits.