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"I look forward to getting to know you, while doing everything  
in my power to get you the disability benefits that you deserve." 
Find out if you have a winning​ disability case!
Disability representative in Baltimore and Washington, DC area
    Your success depends on four general requirements:


1. You are "technically eligible" to receive disability benefits, with requirements that vary depending on whether you are seeking benefits from disability insurance or supplemental security income. 

2. Your medical records are entirely consistent in clearly supporting why you have not been able to work, and that your resulting severe impairments have lasted (or will last) at least 12 consecutive months (or expected to result in death). 

3. All of your medical records have been submitted to your "exhibit file".  Although the SSA makes an initial attempt to request these records, our efforts to make sure all your doctors have provided this evidence of your disability will be critical.  I will also ask your doctors to complete an additional assessment of your impairments that will be very important to your case.  

4. You have been diagnosed with certain very serious mental and/or physical conditions that the SSA assumes that you are not able to do any job (without needing to prove it), or if not, you are unable to do your "past relevant work" or any other work that you could do "in the national economy".

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Disability representative serving claimants everywhere, based in Baltimore and Washington, DC areas
Winning Disability Cases, LLC ®                                     Serving claimants everywhere (based in the Baltimore, Maryland area)
Jeff Hadley, EDPNA, Ph.D.
Disability Representative

Winning Disability Cases, LLC
Are you unable to work and want to apply for social 
security disability benefits (or have already applied)?

Let's work together to lift the dark clouds of your life, 
and win the disability benefits that you deserve.
Jeff Hadley, EDPNA, Ph.D
Disability Representative
Winning Disability Cases, LLC
Contact: 443-758-0160

Serving claimants everywhere
        My credentials:
I am a non-attorney disability representative and an active member of the National Association of Disability Representatives.  I have passed a rigorous exam given by the Social Security Administration, which demonstrates my thorough knowledge of disability law.  I am able to give you the same legal advantages as an attorney in helping you win your case.

Disability law practice requires more than just knowledge of the law, but also the ability to apply the law to ensure the greatest chance of winning your case... which is more likely with someone who made it through law school, or those with a Ph.D (like myself)!  ​

Before deciding to become a disability representative, I conducted public health research at the University of Maryland, Johns Hopkins University, for the Army, and for the U.S. Department of Transportation.  I will use my proven research skills and analytical mind to understand every aspect of your case, and my extensive public speaking experience to convince the judge of the merits of your case!
Do you have a winning disability case? ​​
Serving claimants everywhere; based in the Baltimore and Washington, DC area.
​Do you have physical impairments that prevent you from working? 

Do you have mental health impairments that prevent you from working?

How long have your impairments kept you from working to date?

How long do you expect that your impairments will continue to prevent you from working?

How frequently have/will you require medical care for your disabling condition(s)?  

Have you been compliant in taking your prescribed medications/treatments?

If you have a smoking-related illness like lung or heart disease, have you stopped smoking?

If you have an alcohol-related illness like liver disease, have you stopped drinking?

If you have a mental health impairment, have you stayed away from recreational drugs?

Have you had any job in the last 15 years that you could still do despite your impairment(s)?

Do you have specific job skills that could be used in doing other types of jobs?


Your email address:

Your phone number:

Your name: 

What city/state do you live:  





Well, it likely depends on how you answer the below questions, together with your age, education level, and prior work experience.  For a fine-tuned evaluation of your case, answer the below questions, and I will promptly respond to arrange a time for a free phone consultation (no matter where you live).  
Watch/listen to introductory "screencast" here !
Learn about Dr. Hadley's
Wednesday Webinar.
Watch/listen to "screencast" here !