Recovery Now with Kim Justus-Bassett Law Firm on DI Benefits

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Have you had a monkey on your back from dealing with Social Security or VA Disability Benefits?

Since 2004, Bassett Law Firm has been dedicated to serving the needs of the disabled nationwide by effectively providing assistance in Social Security and Veterans disability claims and appeals.

With over 50 years of combined experience, Bassett’s attorneys have conscientiously assisted thousands in the pursuit of SSDI and VA benefits. Bassett Law Firm combines client education, personalized service, and attention to detail in effectively representing the disabled client.

Through an intense focus on the claimant’s specific situation, Bassett Law Firm’s attorneys are able to successfully represent claimants through to a favorable Social Security Disability decision. The Bassett Law Firm combines claimant education, personalized service, and attention to detail in effectively representing disabled claimants across the country and insulates clients from the frustrations of dealing with the Social Security and Veterans Administrations. Learn more by visiting bassettlawyers.com, email Melissa Thomas at mthomas@bassettlawyers.com or calling 800-331-1127.

Tonight, Melissa will cover the Social Security Disability Application and Appeals Process and why filing (or appealing) a disability claim, as soon as possible, is to your financial advantage.

Whether you've been denied service connection, or your rating is not 100%, it's important for you to contact an attorney as quickly as possible to protect your rights. Failing to appeal a denial or a low rating can have financial consequences. We prepare a strategy and are not just form completers.

Host is Kim Justus, author of In a Flash: Miracles Here and Beyond  (www.inaflash.org)

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