You are about to head into your Social Security disability hearing, have you ever thought, Has my attorney every tried a case to a jury? If you have an attorney who has tried jury trials they will understand how important your testimony at your Social Security disability hearing will be, and how to prepare you to testify in front of the Federal Judge. It is very important to understand the process of a Social Security disability hearing before you testify.
My name is Daniel L. McMurtry, Esq. I have tried jury trials to completion, and I have seen the mistakes people make when they are not prepared to testify at hearings before judges, and or trials before juries. A Social Security disability hearing requires you the claimant to give testimony to the Federal Judge. You are under oath, and for some people it can be very scary, however I can put your fears at ease when you hire me to represent you. I approach every hearing as if it were a jury trial, I will explain to you the proper procedures of testifying at your Social Security disability hearing, what the court will want to know from you, and questions that will be asked of you at the hearing.
I believe the jury trial experience i have obtained over the years allows me a certain insight into how best to prepare claimants for their disability hearings at Social Security. It can be one of the most important events of your life, and your family’s. Please do not hesitate to contact me for your Social Security disability hearing, it is never to late to hire a trial attorney for your disability hearing. My promise to you, there is never a fee unless I win your case.
I look forward to hearing from you soon.
Daniel L. McMurtry, Esq.