- If you have been denied benefits already, you have to appeal in court and want help preparing the case for the judge.
- You are overwhelmed with the paperwork and would prefer to have assistance to make certain the paperwork is filled out correctly and all the necessary medical information is included.
- Some feel representative fee’s are nominal when compared to the total cash value and health insurance.
- Your chances of winning increase! Social Security reports a 26% better chance of winning an appeal with an attorney. In my opinion, the reason for this is because the representative has a better understand of how the Social Security Administration decides your case, and what to do to support your decision.
- You have tried to understand the process but know that you are probably missing something that may cause you to lose.
- You want someone who knows what to ask for from your doctors that will support your case.
- You want maximum past due benefits. Representatives try to roll back the onset date of your disability so you get a larger back benefit check. And they have every incentive to do so. This is because they get paid up to 25% of this amount up to $6000.
- It will save you countless trips to Social Security.
- Representatives can uncover additional evidence that could be the slight edge for you in winning benefits. They can also advise you, prepare you, and represent you at a hearing where there may be a social security doctor and vocational expert.
Since 1981, I've worked extremely hard to make a positive difference in the lives of my clients.