A Social Security attorney at Burnetti, P.A. won social security benefits for her client – twice. Two years prior to the most recent decision, K. D. applied for Social Security Disability benefits due to a slip and fall injury she had at work. K.D. was denied on her initial application and decided to pursue on appeal by hiring an attorney. The attorney appealed K.D.’s denial with a Request for Reconsideration alleging continuing disability and worsening of several symptoms. Social Security again issued a denial, so she completed a request for hearing form for K.D. At the Administrative Law Hearing in front of judge in Clearwater, Florida, the attorney presented testimony and evidence, demonstrating the K.D.’s inability to work due to several impairments, including severe low back pain and migraines. The Administrative Law Judge issued a favorable decision and the claimant began to receive social security benefits shortly thereafter. However, the social security administration, on their initiative, reviewed the decision of the Administrative Law Judge and disagreeing with the Judges decision, remaindered the case for a second hearing. Additionally the Social Security Administration required that the claimant attend three consultative examines paid for by the Social Security Administration. Despite the findings of the social security consultant’s reports, being less than favorable, she represented the claimant in a second hearing, and again the claimant won disability status the Social Security Administration has not appealed the second hearing, and has accepted the claimant’s disability status, issuing K.D. social security disability payments on a monthly basis.