Feast your eyes:
Problem 1: 3 subdirectories (in this case, parent pages):
Problem 2: The page name:
Yep. 13 words.
Problem 3: Most of the URL won’t show in the SERPs.
Problem 4. Even if there was a gun pointed at your head, you couldn’t tell someone over the phone how to go directly to the page:
Go to NickOrtizlaw.com slash social dash security dash disability dash and dash ssi dash claims – yes, that’s “claims” with an “S” – slash THE dash four dash administrative…
Problem 5. Your breadcrumbs might not improve the user-experience much:
Google won’t re-crawl your page until you’re wearing Depends.
And you know which page(s) will get penalized first, if and when Google revisits the question of how much on-page “optimization” is too much.
Keep it simple. 1 or at most 2 subdirectories. Short names for those. Short names for your pages, too.