Social Security Law

Are you lost in the maze of social regulations?

German social legislation consists of a plethora of individual laws – the Social Security Code is thicker than a telephone book. Your case, and the regulation that determines whether you win or lose, is hidden somewhere in this maze. Unemployment benefits, pension insurance, nursing care insurance, health insurance, welfare and basic security benefits… it’s all in there – the question is how to find it.

With its innumerable clauses, regulations, exceptions and ongoing amendments, this gigantic body of laws is a challenge even for insiders.

For you as a layperson, it is nearly impenetrable

  • To which monies and forms of support are you legally entitled?
  • Is the denial of your latest request really lawful? Or is there a law or a special regulation that can still turn the tables around?

And then there is this feeling of helplessness …

Being forced to confront an entire public authority by yourself, knowing that your opponents can easily sit out endless delays while for you, every day counts.

This is where I can help you as a Certified Specialist in Social Security Law. Not only will you feel better about going into this confrontation – the person deciding your case will also give more careful consideration to the matter if they know that you have the support of an experienced attorney. They will be more likely to treat you as an equal, knowing they are dealing with an expert in German social legislation.

You should use all options that are within your rights

And I am happy to help. As an attorney specializing in social security law, I can advise and represent you in the greater area of Homburg – Kaiserslautern – Kusel – Saarbrücken, and even beyond if your case concerns the following:

  • Health insurance
  • Pension insurance
  • Nursing care insurance
  • Rights of severely disabled persons (degree of disability, disability code, rehabilitation and integration)
  • Unemployment benefit (ALG I, ALG II, Hartz IV)
  • Employment promotion law
  • Welfare and basic security benefits
  • Child and youth services
  • Accident insurance
  • Victim compensation

By the way: Did you know that legal costs are often assumed by the state?

The costs of legal counsel and representation in cases involving social security law are often paid by the state through various forms of legal aid. One more reason not to venture alone into the legal maze with its uncertainties and pitfalls.

Get an expert opinion!

If you would like to learn more about your legal options, call me at 06373-891145 or fill out the contact form.