Why hire Holmes Firm PC to represent you in your Social Security matter?
If you have severe health issues and you are unable to work, you may be able to qualify for social security benefits. Holmes Firm attorney Adriane S. Grace assists individuals with appealing a denial of disability benefits at all levels of the Social Security appeal process:
- Initial Determination
- Request for Reconsideration
- Administrative Law Judge Hearing
- Appeals Council review
When you call the Holmes Firm about your Social Security appeal case, you will speak with our experienced Social Security Attorney, Adriane S. Grace. Ms. Grace is passionate about representing individuals with disabilities and will take the time to understand your individual situation and advocate for a favorable outcome in your case.
Ms. Grace first gained extensive knowledge and experience with complex Social Security disability law as an attorney to the Social Security Administration where she initially advised Administrative Law Judges (ALJs) and wrote disability decisions. She was later promoted to the role of Attorney-Advisor to the Chief Administrative Appeals Judge for the Office of Appellate Operations where she reviewed ALJ decisions and advised the Appeals Council on whether to deny an appeal, approve a claim, or remand the case to the ALJ for further review. Having reviewed countless claims for Social Security disability benefits and seen first-hand how SSA decided those claims, Ms. Grace can quickly analyze the favorability of your disability claim.
If you are looking for a Social Security Disability Attorney who understands how SSA will apply their rules to the facts in your case, and knows the appeals process from the inside out, contact Social Security Disability Attorney Adriane S. Grace. Ms. Grace brings this unique perspective to advocating for your disability rights and has successfully represented clients before SSA in appeals involving disability insurance benefits (DIB), Supplemental Security Income (SSI), as well as survivor benefits under Title II and Title XVI of the Social Security Act.
Ms. Grace is also available to provide consults to individuals and families who have questions about Social Security benefits and program rules, generally, or need advice about how to deal with requests from Social Security.