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Paul Eaglin

PO Box 81910
Fairbanks AK 99708
(800) 500-1985

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Fax: (907) 374-4766

Eaglin Law Office

I welcome your interest in the Eaglin Law Office. Representation is available for claimants before the Social Security Administration in its agency hearings. Federal court representation on appeals is available as well, not only in Social Security disability appeals but in other legal issues, depending on consultation and terms.

About Paul:

Board certified specialist, Social Security disability advocacy, by the National Board of Legal Specialty Certification

Paul Eaglin of the Eaglin Law Office in Fairbanks, Alaska, welcomes you to this site. I represent claimants in Social Security disability claims before the agency when they are turned down on initial applications. I continue representation through the higher levels of appeal within the agency.

Federal court representation is provided for selected cases after the Social Security Administration reaches its final decision on a disability claim. I have represented numerous Alaska claimants in federal district court for the District of Alaska. In addition, I’ve represented claimants of other states in the circuit court for the U. S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit by referral from their attorney-representatives.

Representation for claimants in other federal circuit courts of the United States may be available. Contact the office if interested.

Apart from Social Security disability representation, I have provided representation in appeals of other types of legal issues. I provide representation for appeals in the Ninth Circuit but may be available also for representation in appeals in other circuits, depending on consultation. Another area of representation in selected appeals is Veterans disability appeals before the U. S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims and thereafter to the U. S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. Representation before the Board of Veterans Appeals as well as VA Regional Office may be available as well based on consultation.

Please Call: 800-500-1985


What to do if denied Disability:

Tips to keep in mind if you have been denied disability:

1. Keep the letter from SSA that denied your application because it has important information that your representative will need.

2. Just as importantly, keep the envelope that the letter came in because the postmark may be needed to prove you met your deadlines.

3. With any correspondence that you receive from SSA, keep the envelopes with the letters. The reason is because SSA gives deadlines in many of its letters, and the time begins to run from your receipt of the letter.

4. As soon as you get a letter denying your application for disability, get a lawyer to represent you because there are important deadlines to meet.

5. Don't believe anyone who tells you that you don't need a lawyer. If your disability claim could prove itself, you would not have been turned down. Act promptly to hire a lawyer to represent you because it may take time to develop your case properly.

Please Call: 800-500-1985



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