You took the first step and applied for your social security disability, and now you find yourself holding a denial letter. It is sometimes frustrating to know you have worked your entire life and now when you need disability, it is denied. What should you do? Do you want to talk directly with a disability attorney, or would you rather just speak to a paralegal or secretary and wait for a call back?
If you desire to speak directly to a lawyer who handles disability cases, then you have come to the right place, as an attorney doing disability, I take all of my own calls from clients, here at my office, socialsecuritydenied.com you do not have to leave a message with a para legal, you can speak directly to me, and if I am in a disability hearing, you can leave me a short message, and I will personally call you back.
Speaking directly to an attorney can be a very comforting feeling doing your disability case. There just are no barriers between your phone call, and speaking with me, your disability attorney. I use my 16 years of being a trial attorney to analyze your claim, to avoid pitfalls and to meet deadlines that can get your case thrown out. This information will come from me, a trial lawyer with 16 years in the courtroom.
When you want straight answers directly from an attorney about your disability case, just simply pick up the phone and speak directly to a disability attorney here at socialsecuritydenied.com. I have always represented people, and I have never worked for the government.
Daniel L. McMurtry, Esq.