At some point in time, most of us have suffered from diarrhea, bloating, or an … Read More about Long-Term Disability for Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis
Disability Benefits Attorneys
We Get To Work When You Can’t ®️
We are focused on helping individuals obtain disability benefits and fight to get back to work when something or someone has affected their livelihood. Whether you are seeking benefits from a work-related injury, appealing a denial of Social Security benefits, fighting an insurance company, struggling to obtain the Veterans benefits you’ve earned, or have been wrongly terminated or discriminated against on the job, Bross & Frankel, P.A. can help. Our experience in advocating only for individuals who have found themselves unable to work due to their own health problems or unreasonable employers, gives us a comprehensive set of tools to help get you back on your feet.
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ABOUT BROSS & FRANKEL, P.A.
PERSONAL, PROFESSIONAL ATTENTION
We offer our clients quality legal representation with personal, professional, attention. Our clients are treated with respect and understanding by a knowledgeable, friendly staff. Our staff answers the phone directly, with no prompts. In the event we aren’t able to pickup the moment you call, we return most calls within minutes to hours. Each client will work with an experienced social security disability, employment, or injury lawyer that Philadelphia and the surrounding areas have come to know and trust.
*Bross & Frankel also represents individuals in personal injury and workers’ compensation cases.
We help the disabled and injured obtain the benefits they need.
The Social Security Administration and long term disability insurance companies evaluate disability by looking at an individual’s limitations based on all of his or her impairments. As a result, people with many different impairments, even some which may not often be thought of as “disabling,” when combined with other problems, may qualify for benefits.
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Across the United States, more than 25 million Americans have asthma. The number … Read More about Long-Term Disability for Asthma
The Social Security Administration (SSA) has two disability programs that offers … Read More about Will Social Security Disability or SSI Provide Temporary Benefits?