Often I am asked what can I do to help my chances of winning my Springfield Missouri Social Security disability case? Quite simply hire a local disability lawyer and help your disability lawyer.
If you do not meet with your lawyer during the meeting for an extended period of time and have the opportunity to discuss your case with the lawyer, you should not hire that law firm. The fact that they handle hundreds or thousands of cases a year is not necessarily a good thing. Chances are the guy in the ad is not going to handle or even look at your case. Do you want your claim to be “just a number” in their office or do you want personal help?
A. Help gather evidence. We cannot create evidence for you. You must see your medical or mental health professional and document your impairments, limitations and problems. The process will likely take a year or longer but you should not wait to get started.
Try to find former co-workers who will write letters for your outlining the problems you had with your job. Letters from friends who know about your problems and how they impact your life on a daily basis can be helpful also.
Let your lawyer know what is going on with you. Let them know about what treatment you are receiving.
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The Krebs Law Firm LLC offers a free case evaluation if you have questions about your Social Security disability claim. Many people may be worried that they do not have the money to pay for a disability attorney, but we only handle Social Security cases on a contingent fee basis. In other words, there is no fee unless we are successful in getting you the benefits that you deserve. If you would like to speak to Jason Krebs and his staff simply call (417) 883-5886 for your free case evaluation or to discuss your appeal today! Do not delay as you only have 60 days to file your appeal or ask for a reconsideration if you live in Arkansas or Oklahoma.