Experienced, 5-Star Rated Social Security Disability Attorney in Richmond, VA

If you’re unable to work because of disability, you have probably applied for Social Security Disability benefits. You need those benefits to cover you for potentially the rest of your life, but if your application has been denied, you may be left in a lurch. The Law Office of Edwin F. Brooks, LLC can help you get your application accepted.

Social Security Disability Attorney

How can we help you with your Social Security Disability Case?

Quickly call Edwin F. Brooks, Social Security Disability Attorney at Law to set up a consultation. He has handled many Social Security disability claims since 1999. Attorney Brooks will fill out appeals forms on your behalf, write up necessary reports if needed, and make sure you have all the records needed to win your case. Then we’ll help you present your case to the Social Security Administration and represent you in your hearing.

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Most of your contact will be with Edwin Brooks himself and not an associate. You do not pay any legal fees unless you win.  When you win, the Social Security Administration will usually pay fees out of your back benefits.

When you learn that an application is denied, it can be a very stressful time. You applied because you have a condition that won’t allow you to work, and you need the benefits. We understand this time is worrisome. We are dedicated to giving you the best representation we can so that you can get the benefits you need and deserve. Contact us today for a free consultation so we can review the appeals process for you.

  • Step 1: Free Consultation
  • Step 2: Put Social Security on Notice
  • Step 3: Collect Medical Records
  • Step 4: Appeal
  • Step 5: Finalize and Send Medical Records to Social Security
  • Step 6: Schedule Hearing
  • Step 7: Outcome
  • Step 8: Appeal to the Appeals Council (Attorney Brooks is not afraid to appeal multiple times, where other lawyers may drop you after the first rejection)


Please refer to our “Cases Won” section to see examples of outcomes. The Virginia State Bar Rules of Professional Conduct require all attorneys to make the following statement and disclaimer to their case results: Settlements and verdicts in all cases depend on various factors and circumstances which are unique to each case. Therefore, past results in cases are not a guarantee or prediction of similar results in future cases that Social Security disability attorney Edwin F. Brooks may undertake.

If you’ve been rejected or appealed once before, Ed Brooks will follow through again on your case to get you the Social Security you deserve. Please call us today for a second chance.

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