LEGAL GUIDE
Written by attorney Stephen E. Garner | Feb 6, 2016

12 Things That Make A Strong Social Security Disability Claim (Part I)

In 2015, our clients won 89% of their Social Security cases. Contrast this with the national average of claimants only winning 43% of their cases at the hearing level. What's the difference? We screen our cases carefully considering the factors below and only take the cases we believe are winners.

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These are the primary factors we consider in screening cases. Actually winning the case still takes a lot of work in developing the medical evidence, writing a persuasive brief and presenting the case well; but if the frame-work is in place you will win a high percentage of cases.Disclosure: All cases are different and there is no guarantee of victory, so the mere fact that we have a 89% approval ratio does not mean your particular case has an 89% chance of success. For information about appealing an unfavorable decision from the Social Security Administration follow the link below.

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