Our Salt Lake City law firm can help you get the Social Security Disability (SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits that you need. Unlike other firms that only help once your claim has been denied, we handle claims from the very start. No matter where you are in the process, you can call us. We will guide you through the process to help things go smoothly.
We represent people in the Greater Salt Lake City area, the Wasatch Front, throughout Utah and parts of Colorado and Wyoming. Our clients are people who cannot work because of physical disabilities such as arthritis, back injuries, diabetes, neuropathy or fibromyalgia and mental disabilities including depression, anxiety, bipolar or PTSD. We represent people of all ages; you are never too young or too old for our help.
When you hire our firm, you will work closely with experienced Salt Lake City Social Security Disability lawyer Glen Cook. Mr. Cook is AV-rated* under Martindale-Hubbell's peer review system and is listed as one of the National Trial Lawyers' Top 100 Trial Lawyers in Utah. He has practiced law for over 30 years.
Mr. Cook worked for the Social Security Administration before founding our Utah law firm. He was a Social Security staff attorney and decision writer for the special judges (called ALJs) who review Social Security claims. He received merit awards for his work. His experience taught him exactly what the government is looking for when it makes decisions about your SSD or SSI benefits.
Get Help From a Utah Lawyer for Your SSI and SSD
You do not need money to get legal help with your SSD or SSI claim. Simply contact Glen Cook, attorney with Cook, Skeen & Robinson. Evaluations are free. You do not pay us anything unless you get money. We put that in writing, and we file it in your Social Security file.
To get started, call 801-639-9648. Calls are returned by the next business day.
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