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Choosing The Right Attorney

Filing for Social Security Disability benefits is a major decision to undertake. You want to make sure you do everything right to ease what can be a complicated process. At Crowe & Shanahan in St. Louis, we believe that the process of selecting the right lawyer is important for improving your chances for successfully getting benefits.

Find an SSDI attorney who will provide you with the personalized attention you deserve, who will not charge you a fee unless you win your case, and who will get to know you beyond your case file. Contact us online or by calling 314-231-6660 or toll free at 1-877-213-7793.

Localized Focus For SSDI Cases

Many law firms throughout the country tout their ability to handle Social Security disability claims on a nationwide basis. At Crowe & Shanahan, we focus only on SSDI claims for clients in St. Louis, southern Illinois and eastern Missouri.

Personalized Service, Experience And Results

Personalized service and a local focus should be the criteria in selecting an attorney to handle your SSDI or SSI claim. Experience is a necessity, and we combine for more than 80 years of experience. A reputation for success is something that we pride ourselves on. Yet, the above means little unless you can show your results. Just ask our past clients. They will tell you how we were able to help them.

No one is required to have a lawyer represent them on a Social Security case, but most people do have a lawyer by the time of the hearing before the administrative law judge. People can consult a lawyer at any time, even before filing a claim. The government’s own figures show that people who have representation are more likely to win.

A lawyer who is familiar with Social Security cases will know all the details of how to appeal. That lawyer should be skilled in evaluating the disability and giving counsel about how the law applies to a person’s particular situation. They should know what medical proof is needed and how to get it. They will prepare the client to testify, describing the disability to the judge in the strongest way possible. That lawyer should also be able to explain all of the government’s decisions and help with any problems that come up about your payments.

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For more information, or to schedule an appointment with an experienced SSDI lawyer, please contact us.