New Jersey Social Security Disability Law Attorney

The Social Security Disability system exists for a reason:  to help those who have a disability pay their bills and support their families.

For more than 30 years, the Law Offices of Jeffrey W. Goldblatt, Esq. have been helping disabled New Jersey workers get the Social Security benefits they need to treat their disabilities and provide for their families.

Helping Disabled People Throughout New Jersey Obtain Their Benefits

Social Security claims are approved or denied based on how well your disability is communicated to the Social Security Administration (SSA).  As an experienced Social Security attorney, Jeffrey W. Goldblatt knows how to structure his client’s cases to get them the benefits they need.

Jeffrey W. Goldblatt doesn’t take a one-size-fits-all approach.  He understands that every disability is unique – the type of disability, its cause, how it manifests and the effect of treatment – and adjusts his strategy accordingly.

Because Mr. Goldblatt has been helping the disabled to obtain disability benefits for more than 30 years, he knows the type of evidence the SSA views as important and the evidence it brushes aside.

Mr. Goldblatt thoroughly investigates his clients’ impairments.  Once he knows the specific evidence needed to prove your individual disability, he communicates directly with your doctors to get the information needed to prove your case. 

You focus on treating your impairment.  Let the Law Offices of Jeffrey W. Goldblatt, Esq. handle your Social Security claim.

The reality is that most Social Security benefits applications get denied.  However, that doesn’t mean your disability isn’t real and your claim isn’t genuine. 

Social Security benefits lawyer Jeffrey W. Goldblatt has spent more than 30 years helping the disabled appeal the initial denial of their Social Security applications.

When appealing a client’s benefit denials at Social Security hearings, attorney Jeffrey W. Goldblatt makes sure he has all of the evidence necessary for the administrative law judge to rule in his clients’ favor.