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Kevin was the only atty that was doing the kind of case I needed---to challenge the nit-wits at the social security disability office. We took the alleged overpayment of benefits case before an ALJ and as much the judge disliked me, WE WON, THEY LOST! During the hearing Mr Dugan presented the case quite clearly and every time the judge got off on a tangent, Mr. Dugan steered her back to reality and fact, IN WRITING!
After i was fed up with attorney lavan and niedenberg ..I post a question on avvo and more than ten attorneys responded I want to thank them all. I contacted attorney D K Kevin Dugan his secretary answerd and transferd to him.We spoke about 15-20 minutes on the phone then we set an appointment. I met him in person And he spend an hour with me asking me about my conditions, my medical records, medications and all other information needed.
He explain to me how the hearing before an ssdi judge works. Mr dugan asked me many question to see if my case has merit. He accepted the case and gave me his cell phone number his email adress and said call me any time.
Well i contacted him 2 days later i had a question and he responded immediatly. Then the 2nd time i send him an email to inform him about a new mediction that my cardiolagist gave me and my new MRI and he responded with in an hour and it was on SUNDAY !!!.....by the way he is a former SSDI I trust him and i will recomend my friends and family
Thank you Mr dugan and thank you AVVO.
Mr. Dugan gave the same answers as all the others but, i could understand his train of thought. he was able to break things down for me. all the lawyers gave basically the same answers but, Mr. Dougan took it one step at a time which works best for me. where as the others kind of gave me too much info too fast. to where i didn't know where to start. i liked the way Mr. Dugan broke the problem down into sections.