Experienced disability representation can greatly improve your chances for success. We know what is required to prove a disability case. We gather critical medical evidence and opinions from your doctor. We analyze your case to come up with the best strategy for winning. We can guide your application through the various levels of appeal. We can help complete the litany of paperwork that Social Security bombards you with during this process.
If a hearing is necessary, we can thoroughly prepare you to testify. We will cross-examine medical and vocational experts at your hearing. We will stand up for your rights at a hearing and make sure that your best argument for disability is stated convincingly to the judge. We will prepare a brief for the judge beforehand so that he understands why you are disabled. We are very familiar with the local administrative law judges who hear your appeals.
Data from the Social Security Administration shows a striking difference in outcomes depending on whether a claimant was represented or not. In 2018, 80% of all claimants were represented for Social Security disability benefits. 58.7% of represented claimants received a fully or partially favorable decision compared to only 17.4% of those without representation.
If you are interested in representation to improve your chances for success, call us for a free consultation.