Your Social Security disability case may just suck and no one has told you yet.
Every ad you read for any disability lawyer may be telling you that he or she is an expert and knows how to get through the Social Security disability system. And, because of this great knowledge, you'll get your case approved. Or, the ad tells you that you just haven't found any attorney willing to fight for you (just that much harder) and the fact that you have now found that "junk yard dog" attorney, you will finally get your case approved.
That's not how it works. At least not in the Social Security disability system.
In fact, it takes an attorney about 5 years (working full-time) to master getting cases through the system. And even still then, he or she is shocked at the incompetence some times. I've had judges tell me, "it figures" many times, knowing their own agency is highly dysfunctional and inept.
But beyond all that, what if your case just really sucked and no one has told you yet?
What if there was no way you were ever going to be approved?
Wouldn't that be better than attempting to get through the system for years and years and basically wasting precious time in your life?
Hey listen, sometimes you have to send a case two or even three times through the system to finally get approved. That doesn't mean the case was bad, it could be a number of factors impacting the claimant's ability to get approval. -These aren't the cases I'm talking about. You very well may be a victim to the Social Security system many times over.
The cases I'm talking about are the ones that never should have been filed in the first place.
I'll give you some examples:
The case where a claimant is trying to use the disability system as unemployment benefits and is capable of work.
Cases that have drug or alcohol as the primary reason why the claimant is unable to work.
The claimant is under the age of 50 and has recently gone through Workman's Comp. and has received a low impairment rating.
The claimant is just a jerk and no one wants to have anything to do with him, but he swears he's bipolar. -No, you're just a jerk.
You claim you're disabled but you never go get medical treatment.
If you need evaluating whether you're case sucks or not, I'm sure I can help. And, I'll be honest with you. I won't ever tell you that your case is great and I can surely win. That isn't fair. There are many factors in determining whether a claimant is disabled.
Call my office at: (888) 780-9125 for a case evaluation. You can talk to me directly and we'll discuss your case.