Social Security Disability Case Results

Case Results

Claimant with Anxiety, Dissociative and Somatic Disorders Awarded Social Security Disability Benefits

Attorney Michelle Amick Prikhodko successfully represented a Social Security Disability benefits claimant suffering from an Anxiety Disorder, a Dissociative Disorder, and a Somatic Disorder at a hearing in front of an Administrative Law Judge. The claimant suffered from severe depression, panic attacks, and debilitating fatigue and pain as a result of her condition. The claimant was awarded thousands of dollars in back benefits and will be receiving $2,000.00 per month from the Social Security Administration. She will receive continuing benefits until she turns 65 or her condition improves such that she is able to work.


Claimant with Severe Back Pain and Depression Awarded Two Years of Back Benefits As Well as Continuing Benefits

Attorney Michelle Amick Prikhodko successfully represented a Social Security Disability benefits claimant in front of an Administrative Law Judge. The claimant suffered from severe and chronic back pain that prevented her from working. Attorney Prikhodko sought additional medical evidence that provided proof of disability to the Judge and the claim was awarded, resulting in two years of back benefits as well as continuing future benefits.


Claimant with Short Gut Syndrome Awarded Over $40,000 in Social Security Disability Benefits

Attorney Michelle Amick Prikhodko successfully represented a Social Security Disability benefits claimant suffering from Short Gut Syndrome at a hearing in front of an Administrative Law Judge. The claimant suffered from severe diarrhea, debilitating fatigue, pain, nausea, weakness, and dizziness as a result of her condition. The claimant was awarded over $40,000.00 in back benefits from the Social Security Administration and will receive continuing benefits until she turns 65 or her condition improves such that she is able to work.


Claimant with Multiple Disabilities Wins Social Security Disability Benefits Appeal

An Andalman & Flynn client made a claim for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits based on a disability which included a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Seizure Disorder.  The client’s disability included memory loss, headaches, confusion and cognitive difficulties. Attorney Michelle Amick Prikhodko advocated on the client’s behalf at a hearing in which the Administrative Law Judge issued a Fully Favorable Decision and benefits were paid retroactively to the client’s onset date of disability.


Andalman & Flynn Client with Back and Knee Problems Awarded Social Security Disability Benefits on Initial Application

Attorney Michelle Amick Prikhodko made a claim for Social Security Disability benefits on initial application on behalf of a client with chronic back and knee pain and Irritable Bowel Syndrome. The application was awarded on initial application and the client was paid benefits retroactively to her Last Date of Work.


Claimant with Bipolar Disorder, Anxiety and Panic Disorder Awarded Social Security Disability Benefits

An Andalman & Flynn client suffering from mental impairments including Bipolar Disorder was awarded Social Security Disability benefits after a hearing in front of an Administrative Law Judge in which she was represented by attorney Michelle Amick Prikhodko.


Andalman & Flynn Claimant with Multiple Sclerosis Awarded Social Security Disability Benefits on Initial Application

Represented by Attorney Michelle Amick Prikhodko, a claimant suffering from the effects of Multiple Sclerosis including gait instability, muscular weakness, loss of eyesight and cognitive difficulty, was awarded Social Security Disability benefits on initial application.


Young Man Awarded Social Security Disability Benefits After Appeal to Appeals Council

Based on the appeal brief filed by attorney Elliott Andalman, the Appeals Council reversed the denial decision issued by an Administrative Law Judge and awarded a young man Social Security Disability benefits due to Schizophrenia.  The award included approximately $50,000.00 in back benefits.


Client with Multiple Disabilities Wins Social Security Appeal

This client retained our services in January 2003 on her claim for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) disability benefits based on a disability of fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, and irritable bowel syndrome. The claim was subsequently denied on reconsideration, hearing, and at the Appeals…

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Disability Benefits Awarded to Client in Need

This client retained our services for her claim for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits based on multiple medical problems including of IgA immune deficiency, myofascial pain syndrome, degenerative disc disease L-S spine, urinary incontinence, depression and generalized anxiety disorder. We…

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Appeal in Federal Court Resulted in a Win For Social Security Disability Client

We had to go to federal court to win Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits for a client whose disability was because of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS). The claim was denied by an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ), and again by the Appeals Council (AC). We did not give up. We filed an appeal with…

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Fully Favorable Decision was issued by the Appeals Council resulting in an award of over 5 years of benefits

This claim for disability benefits was based on a bipolar disorder. After the ALJ denied benefits, we appealed the case to the Appeals Council (AC). The decision of the ALJ was reversed based our legal arguments and a Fully Favorable Decision was issued by the AC resulting in an award of over five…

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Almost $80,000 in accrued benefits for client after appeal

This claimant was mentally retarded and was receiving Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits since 1989. With the help and support of his family, he was also working in a sheltered workshop. In 2004 the Social Security Administration (SSA) determined that the claimant’s earnings from the sheltered…

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We helped this client obtain the medical evidence necessary to convince the State Retirement Agency to approve her claim on initial application

This client retained our services on a claim for Maryland State Disability Retirement benefits based on an orthopedic disability from a combination of stress fracture of the left tibia, fusion of the left ankle, and degenerative joint disease of the left foot due to post-polio syndrome. This client…

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