The thought of testifying in front of a judge can be intimidating. After waiting months or even years for their day in court, most people applying for disability do not know what to expect, or have any idea about the types of questions they will be asked. For most of our clients, the hearing will be the first time they’ve talked to a judge or interacted with the legal system. Understandably this can be a stressful and confusing time, but we work zealously to make sure our clients are confidence and prepared on their hearing day.
The Administration recently released data that shows that claimants who are represented at a hearing have a higher approval rate than those who are unrepresented.
Free consultation – There is no fee for the initial consultation. Our lawyers will ask questions about your disability and work background, explain the Social
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