““As single woman, I arrived in the United States with my two young sons in 1998. In 2001 a friend of mine referred me to Attorney Kahn. I was seeking asylum from India. She won my case and I was able to raise my sons as a single parent in the United States. It is now May 2013 and my oldest son just attended his citizenship oath ceremony and my youngest son and myself are attending our ceremonies in June. Both of my sons have now graduated High School and have a bright future in the United States. From day one, Geri listened to me. She understood how I felt and she never treated me like just another client. She cared about what happened to me and my sons future. Throughout my case she remained in constant contact with, returned all of my calls, and more recently prepared my family for our citizenship interviews. If you want an attorney that you can trust and who really cares about outcome of your case she is the person to go to.””
“"I had a Social Security Disability case at the federal level. I had an attorney who could not handle the case. That attorney referred me to Geri. She told me Geri would be able to approach Federal cases better. I was really worried that I would be denied again. I had a bad attorney before, and I was worried to lose the case. However, I was satisfied with Geri because she was able to approach the hearing well, and she spoke well about my conditions. She was detailed in explaining how I could not work. It was wonderful because Geri would always keep me informed. She would help me with the situation, explain everything to me and my husband, and she was able to answer my questions and concerns. Geri went to the hearing, and I did not have to go. But during that time, I was really worried and anxious. After the hearing, my husband and I received detailed information from Geri as to what happened in the hearing. If I had a friend who needed a SS attorney, I would refer her to Geri because she is very thorough, helpful and understanding. Geri was very helpful; she helped me with the situation. My husband and I were very happy with the firm and hearing."”
“"Geri N. Kahn and her team are extremely kind and passionate. This was a very difficult journey to take. It wasn’t that I wanted social security disability benefits; the fact was that I needed SSDI to live. When I initially applied to SSA, I was told that I would receive my benefits once my state disability ran out. But for some reason, SSA flipped that decision and denied it. They said I did not qualify. After this, I knew I needed help with my case, and I sought help from Geri. I am very grateful to her and her team. I am especially appreciative towards Toni, the legal assistant, for answering all of my questions/concerns. Ultimately, I am thankful for all of their support, organization, and knowledge. Geri N. Kahn has expertise and the “know-how” when presenting the facts of your case, if you unfortunately have one. The fact is trust in their logo with the golden horse jumping over the obstacle."”
At the Law Office of Geri N. Kahn we have been helping clients get faster social security disability hearings for more than 30 years. Today we are going to share some tips with you that may help you expedite your case. It is a long wait to apply and receive
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