I am an attorney who suffered a permanent disability. Once disabled I had to decide whether to represent myself in a petition against the Social Security Administration or to retain another attorney to pursue the claim on my behalf.
As an attorney I had access to the court system. As a result I was familiar with administrative judges, court clerks, attorneys and other persons employed in the field of disability law. If you want to know who are the best and brightest attorneys in any field of the law just ask those who work closely with them day in and day out at the courthouse.
Web sites have their place, and are no doubt quite helpful when choosing qualified and reputable attorneys, but if you are fortunate enough to be an “insider” like me you are able to quickly ascertain who the most qualified and respected attorneys in any area of the law are.
I took advantage of my access and spoke with as many other “insiders” as I could. I wanted the best disability attorney available, and wouldn’t settle for anyone less.
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