Social Security Disability
Two words best summarize our work with disability clients: “Personal attention.”
We hear many stories from clients regarding their experience with having an attorney or representative whom they never met nor had any communication with until the day of their hearing. At our Firm, we personally meet with you on multiple occasions from the time we take the case until you finally are able to get your hearing in front of an Administrative Law Judge. We also have a designated assistant who handles all of our disability work and monitors and updates the record with medical evidence, hearing dates and updated client information. It is not uncommon for Disability claims to be denied. However, if you have strong medical evidence to support your claim we will fight for you through the Social Security appeal processes, Federal District Court and the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago, Illinois.
We are forthcoming in explaining to you what is necessary to have a successful disability claim. Among the many factors considered in obtaining a favorable decision, the most important is medical evidence. The Social Security rules and regulations require proper medical evidence. If you receive ongoing treatment from a physician, our Firm evaluates your claim and provides additional resources to obtain the evidence necessary to aid in a favorable decision. Social Security consultations are always free at Power, Little, Little & Little so please make an appointment to talk to one of our attorneys.