How would you feel if you were told that your livelihood was at stake? Not only was your livelihood at stake, but let’s say that you were not physically and/or mentally able to do anything to change the situation. Would you feel anxious, even hopeless? Probably.
Don Baker has been a practicing disability lawyer since 2006 and has a proven track record of going above and beyond for his social security disability clients. Baker is known to make personal visits to disabled persons in area hospitals who otherwise wouldn’t be able to receive services because of an illness. Some potential clients do not have a means of transportation for a 30-minute initial consultation; it isn’t uncommon for Baker to travel directly to those individuals.
There are two types of Social Security benefits: Social Security Disability Insurance and Supplemental Security Income.
Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) depends on how much you have paid into Social Security and how recently you last worked. *To be eligible for Social Security disability benefits, you have to have paid enough into the Social Security system to be insured.
Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is a needs-based disability program that can be affected by the available resources a person has. Also, disabled children may qualify for benefits through SSI.
After retiring from a long and successful 26-year career as a Lieutenant at the Bartlesville Police Department, Don decided to attend law school. In 2002, his hard work paid off and he received his law degree from the University of Tulsa.
After completion of law school, Don went to work as a prosecutor for the Tulsa County District Attorney’s Office, where he was recognized as one of the “Top Gun” prosecutors. Following that, he spent more than 12 years as a lawyer representing disability clients for another firm, Now Don has has opened Baker's Law, where his diverse background allows him to better represent his social security disability clients. Baker is admitted to practice law in Oklahoma and Kansas; he is licensed to practice before the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver, as well as practice in Federal Court in the Northern District of Oklahoma and the District Court of Kansas.
Do I have a mental or physical condition that keeps me from working?
Is my condition expected to keep me from working for at least one year?
If you answered “yes” to those questions,
you may be eligible to receive Social Security Disability Insurance benefits or Supplemental Security Income benefits.
If you need help applying for social security disability benefits, just let us know. You can apply at any Social Security office, or call their toll free number at (800)772.1213.
You should apply as soon as you become disabled.
Call Don Baker and get the legal help you need with your social security disability benefits claim. You do not have to be denied before talking to us, and remember, you only pay a fee if we win your case.
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