When You Need A Dedicated Attorney For Your SSDI/SSI Claim

Rely On Decades Of Experience | Get Treated With Respect

Is an injury or illness preventing you from working? Do you need disability benefits? At Pamela Thomas Jones, P.C., we are sensitive to the fact that you are likely suffering from serious physical pain and experiencing significant stress due to an uncertain financial future. We know that you need an advocate who is not only highly experienced, but who is also attentive and available.

"National is not always better in Social Security Disability cases. As a local practitioner, I am able to meet you in person before your hearing and focus more on quality than quantity."

Attorney Pamela Thomas Jones has over 30 years of experience, and is extremely knowledgeable about the law as well as the process. When you meet with her face-to-face, she will provide detailed explanations about both based on your personal situation.

Call our law office in Gilmer County at 706-389-9454 for representation throughout North Georgia.

When Do You Need An Attorney?

The Social Security Disability application and appeals process is more than filling out an application and getting a check. The Social Security Administration (SSA) must decide if you have a medically determinable physical or mental impairment under the listing of impairments manual or other sources, and your medical record must support your claim.

There are also timing considerations. For example, the claims process actually begins before you file your completed initial application. The SSA considers your first contact with the agency as your true application date. Securing a protective filing status through written notice can increase the amount of back pay you are eligible to receive.

We take a proactive approach by providing consultative advice and representation in matters involving Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI):

  • Consultation: We consult with clients on their initial application. We can help make sure you are taking the steps you need to establish your claim, maximize the benefits to which you may be entitled and increase your chance of approval at the initial stage.
  • Representation: We begin representing you after the SSA rejects your claim for benefits. Do not become discouraged if your claim has been denied — most are initially. You have several opportunities to appeal, and we know how to build an effective argument.

Have Questions? Was Your Claim Denied? Schedule A Free Initial Consultation.

Schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your situation with our experienced lawyer. When we represent you in disability matters, you do not pay attorney's fees unless we win. Call our office at 706-389-9454. You can also send us your information, and we will contact you.