Olinsky Law Group Case Results
What really matters are the results of your case.
Sure, we focus on understanding all the rules, navigating a complex system and taking your case through every appeal.
But in the end, it’s about fighting for your benefits.
So what kind of results do we get? Here are some examples.
Even though an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) determined that a client suffering from asthma, a learning disability and depression had severe impairments, the judge still found the claimant did not have a disability.
Olinsky Law Group attorneys Howard Olinsky and Marisa Burkett intervened, winning an agreement from the Social Security Commissioner that the case should go back to be considered by the ALJ again.
Federal Court also agreed, granting the client a fresh hearing and a new chance at winning benefits.
An Army Veteran, 41, suffered from pulmonary sarcoidosis. The veteran was severely restricted in the ability to lift, carry, stand and walk.
Ashley Kaplan of Olinsky Law Group took the case to an Administrative Law Judge and won disability benefits for the veteran.
A 59-year-old disability benefits applicant suffered from rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, degenerative disc disease of the cervical and lumbar spine, bilateral carpal tunnel syndrome and depressive disorder.
The claimant had severe limitations lifting, carrying, standing and walking.
Attorney Kristi Fanelli of Olinsky Law Group took the case. The Administrative Law Judge issued a fully favorable decision even before the scheduled hearing could take place.