In representing over 300 clients in social security disability and/or SSI cases, I have developed a system of winning with a 92% success rate.
The key to winning your case at the earliest stage possible is to document and assemble consistent and comprehensive medical evidence. Whether you are suffering from a well-known ailment or disorder or from a lesser-understood illness, I will work with you to develop a case file that fully explains why you cannot work. In addition, my frequent contact with the decision-makers in your claim means that your case will not be unnecessarily denied because it slips through SSA's cracks. Using SSA's rulings and decisions I will craft legal arguments that see your case approved at the earliest stage possible.
Unlike other social security disability attorneys, I will personally handle every aspect of your case from filling out all of your forms, to assembling the medical evidence, to writing legal briefs. I am able to do this by making a commitment to keeping a small caseload so that every client receives personalized attention. If you hire me, you will never feel like you are being represented by a firm mill that represents as many clients as possible in order to reap the greatest rewards. Coming out of the nonprofit sector, I will continue to put the client first always - even if it means taking fewer clients. I represent your claim zealously from day one and will try to win your case at the initial stage. If your case requires more development then I will work with you to strategically appeal initial application denials so that your case becomes solid at the reconsideration or hearing stages.
I believe in building rapport with SSA employees at all levels from the claims representative to the administrative law judge because I think it helps your case. The personal and individualized attention you receive from me will feel very different if you've every been represented by another social security disability law firm.
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