Brad Thomas Law Office is a law firm that practices in personal injury and social security disability.
We are committed to aggressive representation and ensuring clients' voices are heard. The foundation of service for client starts with compassion and communication. With the Brad Thomas Law Office you can trust that your attorney will care about your case and how your injury has affected your life.
Brad Thomas grew up in Louisiana. He attended high school in Shreveport and graduated Cum Laude with a bachelor's degree from Louisiana Tech University. He then attended Baylor Law School, graduating in 2009.
- Social Security Disability
- Personal Injury
- Animal & Dog Bites, Brain Injury, Car Accidents, Construction Accidents, Motorcycle Accidents, Premises Liability, Truck Accidents, Wrongful Death
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- State Bar of Texas
- ID Number: 24067901
- English: Spoken, Written
- Attorney / Founder
- Brad Thomas Law Office
- Louisiana Tech University
- Honors: Cum Laude
- Baylor Law School
- J.D. (2009)
- State Bar of Texas  # 24067901
- Q. Can I sue a med clinic/neuropsychologist for misdx of Early Onset Alz & not releasing med records to Mayo for tx?
- A: If you have a scheduled hearing coming up then you need to find a disability attorney as soon as possible because going to a Social Security Disability hearing on your own is not a good idea. You can use the "Find a Lawyer" tab at the top of the page, or call NOSSCR Lawyer Referral Service at 845-682-1881 for them to help you, or you can just google top rated disability attorneys in your area. Keep calling until you find someone who is willing to take on your case and go to the hearing with you. In regards to your question about getting your medical records from an unresponsive provider, you have the right to request that the Judge on your case issue a subpoena to the medical provider legally ordering them to release your records. You must make this request in writing at least 10 business days before your scheduled hearing date. The Judge will then evaluate the request and decide whether to issue the subpoena or not based on the circumstances. Your request for subpoena must include the following information: -The name of the documents to be produced -The address or location of the documents with sufficient detail to find them -The important facts that the documents are expected to prove; and -Why the facts could not be proven without issuing a subpoena
- Q. I have tried to get into my S.S. account, I have been to the office a lot. They send me home with a temp password, don't
- A: They most likely gave you the national Social Security phone number which is 1-800-772-1213 and unfortunately, the national hotline has extremely long hold times. I would recommend calling your local SSA office instead and see if someone there may be able to help you out. You can find your local office phone number by putting in your zip code here https://secure.ssa.gov/ICON/main.jsp.
- Q. Has SSD ever been approved while SSI was denied? Details
- A: It's impossible to give you a clear answer on this question due to limited information. If you do not have a disability attorney handling your case, then you can try calling the hearings office where your case is located and see if they may be able to give you some clarification. Otherwise, your only other option is to just wait to receive the Judge's complete final decision in the mail and then go from there.