Hiring Disability Attorney? You might ask, what is involved in hiring disability attorney? The question can be complex, some people in the social security disability field who represent people are only advocates, meaning they are probably not attorneys. Once you have decided to hire an attorney and not just an advocate, what is next? In your decisions about hiring disability attorney, please call me for any questions you might have, there is no obligation, it is important to know your case and your attorney, when you are hiring a disability attorney.
Well you might want to ask your attorney, if we go in front of the judge, will you write me a trial brief, and the answer at socialsecuritydenied.com is yes, I do that for you. Will the attorney speak directly to you when you phone the office, and of course here at our office you always speak to an attorney for an update of your claim.
I am often asked as a disability attorney, will you come to see me? The answer here at my office is yes, I visit many of my clients in their homes and hospitals. Many people also ask, how can I afford to pay you? The answer is you owe me nothing if I don’t win your case, nothing. If I do win your case the government will pay me a set percentage of your back pay, and that is capped as well. These are things you need to know when hiring disability attorney.
The easiest answer to all of your disability questions can be found by simply calling the office here at socialsecuritydenied.com, I would be pleased to speak with you, and if you need me to come visit you, I will certainly do that for you. At socialsecuritydenied.com you are not a case number, you are my client.
Daniel L. McMurtry, Esq.