I became an attorney to advise and represent clients with regard to legal affairs. I studied Social Security law while in law school. I represented disability claimants while I was still a law student and even wrote briefs to the United States District Court on behalf of disabled individuals before I even graduated from law school. I have represented disability claimants since 1982. I became an attorney so that I may represent clients, not so that I can handle a large volume of cases without regard to the outcome of any particular case.
When you decide to hire legal representation for your disability claim, remember that you are not merely a “case”. You are an individual who has unfortunately suffered disabilities and who can benefit from legal representation. Please hire someone who will treat you like a valued client, rather than a faceless “case”.