Clients often come to our firm late in their decisions, sometimes even after a hearing or after being denied for years and not appealing those denials. Do you know why? Because they THINK they can not afford anyone to represent them. This is certainly not true! In many cases, you cannot afford to be unrepresented.

You do not have to have an attorney or representative to assist you, but generally this is in your best interest. When someone has a mental impairment, serious physical problems, lack of family and social support, the Social Security process can be very overwhelming, time consuming, draining on your mental focus, and confusing. Having a representative allows you to focus on your health while they can focus on getting you your benefits.