Social Security Appeals in Federal Court

We refer all our Federal Court cases to our New York law office. 
When your Social Security Disability claim reaches federal court, Olinsky Law Group is prepared to fight for you there. If you arrive at this stage, you have likely already gone through the following processes:

  • Medical reviews
  • Eligibility verification
  • Vocational evaluations
  • Consultative examinations
  • An administrative hearing before an Administrative Law Judge
  • An appeal before the Social Security Administration's Appeals Council

We Represent Social Security Clients in Federal Courts Throughout the United States

Our New York law firm has handled Social Security appeals in federal courts in the following states:

  • New York
  • Arkansas
  • Connecticut
  • Georgia
  • Florida
  • Illinois
  • Iowa
  • Massachusetts
  • Michigan
  • North Carolina
  • New Jersey
  • Pennsylvania
  • South Carolina
  • Tennessee
  • Texas

Also, we have fought for clients at the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals, and Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals.


This list continues to expand as we take on more cases nationwide. Contact us to learn about our qualifications to take your claim on appeal at a federal court anywhere in the United States. At Olinsky Law Group, we bring the benefits of over 25 years of experience to our clients' federal court appeals. Our attorneys filed more appeals in federal court than any other firm in the state of New York in 2010. Our experience can make all the difference you will need when you are filing an appeal in federal court.

Referrals from Attorneys and Non-Attorney Representatives

Clients from throughout the United States turn to Olinsky Law Group's federal court appeals attorneys for representation. Both attorneys and non-attorney representatives have recommended that our clients request our involvement in federal court appeals. They contact our New York law firm after the Appeals Council has denied their claims for Social Security benefits.


Non-attorney representatives
may be highly qualified and effective advocates at the administrative level, but they are not licensed to practice in federal courts as we are. Our team of federal court appeals attorneys and legal staff are devoted solely to this area of the law. We have the resources required to handle challenging appeals and a strong track record of favorable outcomes.


Other Social Security
understand the importance of our extensive experience handling federal court appeals. We assure referring lawyers that once an appeal is completed, their clients will be referred back to them to complete the administrative proceedings.