National firms still bidding out Missouri Claimants disability appeals hearings
It happened again last week. One of the national disability groups contacting me to handle their clients case for them. Based on prior issues with this outfit, I know they are calling a bunch of people to handle an appeal hearing in a couple weeks. I am sure they will find someone. Hopefully it will be someone who practices in the Springfield Office of Disability Adjudication and Review frequently. But who knows.
How can avoid this happening to you?
1. Hire a lawyer. Lawyers generally use their name in the name of their firm. General terms in the name like “disability” “advocates” “help” may not be lawyers.
2. Meet with the lawyer that is going to try your case BEFORE you sign up.
The problem is this particular claimant doesn’t know who the company they hired for what could be the most important day of the life was able to find to try the case for them was whoever was willing to accept the ridiculous fee or maybe had that day free to pick up an appearance fee. The claimant placed their trust and faith in this company and this is how it was repaid.
The lowest bidder is not what you want in this situation. The attorney will get his or her few hundred dollars from the national company win or lose. Do you think this person is motivated by sharing the risk of a no win-no fee contingency case?
As I have said before if you don’t meet the attorney who will try your appeal case for you at the initial meeting, LEAVE.
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