Myler Disability - Myles and I

I used Myler for my disability case and I won. I felt they kept in contact with me becausevthey call from all kinds of numbers but as someone mentioned your medical records have to prove your case. My experience was great! I didn't like the fact that my local office called me on my favorable decision before Myler. I thought I was going to lose my case because of the wait but low and behold I had a favorable decision. I appreciate Myler for their concern and help. I did refer other friends and family members but they haven't went to court yet.
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Anonymous
#918898

So how long did out take and what type of back pay you get

Anonymous
#917260

How long did it take for you case to win?

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Testimonial

Myler Disability is a paying client of Opinion Corp and utilizes its services to proactively identify and correct customer service issues.

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#556790 Review #556790 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Reason of review
Good customer service
Myler Disability's reply to:

Myler Disability - Review in Lawyers category from Louisville, Kentucky

Thanks for trusting us with your case. We're continuing to work with you on getting ready for a hearing with an administrative law judge and we'll let you know as soon as he/she calls and schedules a date. In the mean time, keep seeing your doctors and keep us updated on any changes to your medical information.
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#555465 Review #555465 is a subjective opinion of poster.

They have been pretty good so far I'll comment until my situation is complete

Myler Disability's reply to:

Myler Disability - Denied Claim Review from Brockton, Massachusetts

We're unsure if this is a review from an actual client. If it is, we'd encourage him/her to give us a call to discuss this matter in detail. We try very hard to make sure our clients are treated with the utmost respect and we care very much if a claim is denied. We only get paid if you're approved for benefits, so getting positive results for our clients is what keeps us in business. We've been doing this for many years and have successfully helped tens of thousands of our clients obtain their benefits. If you have questions or concerns, please call us at 1-800-652-9626.
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#549007 Review #549007 is a subjective opinion of poster.

My claim was denied l called Myler they were so rude on the phone did not seam to care

Myler Disability's reply to:

Myler Disability - They are terrible, use less do not use Ronald P Drouillard

In every type of litigation, there is a winner and a loser. Here, unfortunately, the judge did not believe our client's assertions that he was unable to work. In review of his claim, it appears that every single medical source we were aware of had been submitted to the judge. Instead of finding in favor of this client, the judge denied the claim because he felt this client was still capable of doing some types of work. There is nothing shady with how we represent our clients and, even though clients like this will insist, we cannot allow any evidence to be withheld or hidden from the judge. After receiving the denial from the judge, we offered the client a couple options on how he could proceed, but he refused our help. Unfortunately, because of this, there's nothing further we can do for him at this time.
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#547738 Review #547738 is a subjective opinion of poster.

Tryed to get S.S Disability, no help at all did not tell me what to do did not get back to me waited till last day to talk to the lawyer total scam DO NOT USE !!!! Told me all the wrong information to get, never told me what route to take, and changed case workers on me at least 10 or 12 times, then when we did go to court they had all the information wrong, nothing was right lawyer was a ***.

They never return phone calls, first clue should of been if you see there Ad on Tv do not use, these people are complete *** artists who can not be trusted !!!! I Urge you not to ever use them and tell your friends about there shady practices Ronald P Drouillard.

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Anonymous
#978952

This place is a joke.

They are so rude.

And never return phone calls.

Got a denial letter and in it it stated they never got any of my paperwork from Myler disabilty.

They are scam artist and need to be shut down.

Anonymous
#978955
@PissedConsumer978952

I agree Ronald Drouillard

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Myler Disability's reply to:

Myler Disability - MY ISSUE IS HOW YALL GOING TO WORK ON MY CASE THEN DROP ME?????

We did not withdraw from this claim right before the client's hearing. Rather, it was many months before a hearing was ever scheduled. We received updated medical records and reviewed her entire file. In light of the evidence, it did not appear that her allegations were matching what her doctors were saying. When this happens, we have to make the difficult choice on what to do with a claim. Here, because we didn't see how we would be able to win without medical records supporting her allegations, we decided it was best to withdraw our representation. As soon as we did, this client and her sister began calling us and leaving harassing messages. We're saddened that we can't help more with this case, but if the evidence isn't there, there's not much we can do. We sincerely wish her the best going forward.
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#547401 Review #547401 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Reason of review
they dropped my case
Loss
$7500

I HIRED MYRES OVER 3 YEARS AGO TO BE MY ATTORNEY TO GET MY SSI FOR ONE THEY NEVER CALLED ME BACK I HAVE NEVER MET ANY OF THEM WHEN YOU CALL THEM YOU MAY TALK TO SIX PEOPLE BEFORE YOU GET AN RESPONSE THEY NEVER CALL YOU BACK THEY SEND YOU ALL KINDS OF PAPER TO SIGN .I WAS THINKING THAT VRYTHING WAS GOING INE I SUFFER WITH ARTHRITIS REALBAD IN MY KNESS WHICH I'M PRESCRIBED PAIN MEDICINES .I'M A DIBETIC AS WELL I HAVE HIGHBLOOD PRESSURE THROID PROMBLEMS.SO THEY CALL AND TELL ME I GOT A HEARING IN APRIL AND THEN 2WEEKS LATER THEY DROPPED MR FOR WHAT REASON I DONT KNOw I have cried and cried and called them they want call back so i telling yall please don't use Myler Disability

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Anonymous
#946684

yall is a word in my books

Anonymous
#885942

D you know there isn't any such word as "yall?"

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Myler Disability's reply to:

Myler Disability - Please stay away!!!

It doesn't appear that this is a review from an actual client, but rather from a family member of someone we represented. Because we just became aware of this obscure website and this complaint, we have not been able to address this until now. We would encourage any of our clients who have concerns about their case to give us a call. We're happy to help calm your fears. Remember, we're here by your side during this difficult time. We have successfully represented tens of thousands of clients and nearly all of them have been very satisfied with our work. Significantly less than ½ of 1% of our clients ever write negative reviews about us. For those that do, we'd love the opportunity to address any concerns you have. Give us a chance and we're quite certain we'll be able to help you through your difficult time. We can be reached at 1-800-652-9626.
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#545726 Review #545726 is a subjective opinion of poster.

WOW! Please stay away FROM MYLER DISABILITY, these reveiw are real and true.

U have to do you own paper work, they take 3 days to return calls, then they past you around to there assistant like a ball. Please stay away it's not worth the headache that these people put you thru. You don't really need a lawyer, SSA just need medical papers. If you need help just go to your local SSA office or a friend or family member, because these people are a JOKE.

I don't even no how they call there self Lawyers.

My mom had to wait 4years for a denial letter. !!!!!

Myler Disability's reply to:

Myler Disability - Incompetence

While this client was unhappy with how her hearing went, there's little that our attorney could have done to stop the judge from conducting the hearing in the way he saw fit. The judge had a number of questions that he wanted answered and even though our client had a hard time responding to these questions, they needed to be answered. Fortunately, her case was approved. It's very likely that the difficulty she experienced helped show the judge that she was unable to sustain full time work. Here at Myler Disability, we try hard to prepare our clients for their disability hearing and we stand by their side throughout the entire process.
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#543888 Review #543888 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Reason of review
Poor customer service
Loss
$100000

I hired Myler in 2011 to try to help me get approved for disability due to mental health issues. After we finally get to court in 2014, the judge proceeded to yell at me through the entire session, treating me like a criminal and Myler's attorney did nothing to stop it.

I had to answer rapid fire questioning under so much duress I was literally sobbing in the court room and could not think clearly at all. The attorney sat by and allowed this to continue. Did I get a fair hearing? NO.

Myler's attorney did nothing but sit there. I would have had the SAME outcome WITHOUT Myler. I didn't get proper representation.

I didn't have someone to speak on my behalf, no advocate. I had a lump with a briefcase.

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Anonymous
#1000552

THIS COMPANY IS FULL OF *** AND SHOULD NOT BE PRACTICING ANY KIND OF LAW!!!!!! WAST OF *** TIME!!!

FAMILY KILLED THEM SELF WAS FIGHTING DEPRESSION AND WAS DENIED BENITFITS.... THANKS MD WORTHLESS ***!!!!

Anonymous
#912979

haha!! You are a fraud!

Grow a pair and quit trying to blame your problems on everyone else! So what that the judge yelled at you!!! Do you think the lawyer can actually stop that from happening? You're right in that you would have been yelled at with our without a lawyer there.

But how is that his/her fault?

I have heard about this company and was doing a little research about them. After reading some of these comments, I'm convinced that most of you are whiny people who probably aren't disabled. You are what is wrong with the system.

There are hundreds of thousands of people applying for benefits every year that probably aren't deserving of them. When they lose, they want to blame anyone but themselves.

I wasn't going to hire these guys, but maybe I will now. The bad complaints seem to be baseless and the positive reviews seem to be sincere.

I'm sure I'll have hiccups with them from time to time if this process takes as long as everyone says it does. But that's what happens when you work with someone weekly for 2 years.

Maybe I'll win my case, and maybe I won't. I have supportive doctors (I think) and if I have a representative that is experienced with doing this stuff, I think my chances are pretty good.

Anonymous
#946699
@PissedConsumer912979

I hope you lose your case. there are some people out their that works all their lives.sometimes up to 3 jobs at a time .then all of a sudden bam.your disable.you file and bam.they turn you down. there is some of us out there that has earn this.but has to fight for it.then I hired these people.i have had to do all my paper work myself they have done very little to help me.

Anonymous
#1083017
@PissedConsumer912979

I now have hired Myler for my disability claim. Im not happy with some of the comments either about them I feel the same way you and some others feel, people lost their cases and now they want to blame someone else.

You suppose to do your own paperwork, you no more about your situation then Myler does. I'm go to stick with them for myself and see what happens.

I no it could be a long battle, I'll see it through to the end, and start over if I have to. Thanks for your post.

Anonymous
#905209

I am a 30 year old female. I have Refractory (drug resistant) Epilepsy and I require brain surgery and a service dog.

I am grossly disappointed with Myler Disability and I do not recommend the to represent you. They did not advocate on myself and seemingly know nothing about Disability. My case work was excellent at paper work, but my lawyer was a complete flop. My Social Security case was completely mishandled.

Not only by Myler but the entire system.

I had to get my Congressman involved because I found the actions of the ALJ to me questionable and unethical. My lawyer told me not to involve my Congressman when my first third hearing was cancelled.

Who is the mystical magical Brad Myler?

Has anybody ever spoken to him? If you are truly disabled you are just going to have to advocate for your self. Learn about the PASS program and tax deductions. It's a complicated system, but if you spend the time researching S.S and put Myler in their place you might get somewhere.

My second third hearing is in 2015.

I have a new Judge and a new Lawyer from Myler and I am prepared for any question about anything. I refuse to be a victim.

Only I can keep my head above water.

Wish me luck because only I can make my own path.

-- Sophie Lily Weinstein 201-563-8364

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Myler Disability's reply to:

Myler Disability - Customer Treatment Review from Florida City, Florida

This review seems to be fake. If anyone has a concern with how you've been treated by our office, please let us know and we'll be happy to see what we can do to help you.
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#543429 Review #543429 is a subjective opinion of poster.

Scam. They got my info and then we were disconnected. When I call back my number is blocked.

Myler Disability's reply to:

Myler Disability - Insurance Services Review from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

We suppose this review was written by an angry Social Security employee who is trying to discourage people from applying for benefits or from seeking help with their disability claim. While it's true that Social Security relies heavily on your medical records, we've found that quite often mistakes are made by the examiners at Social Security and important information is overlooked. It's nice to have an attorney on your side who knows how the process works and can fight for you when you need it most.
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#540543 Review #540543 is a subjective opinion of poster.

Actually myler disability did nothing for you. It was your medical records that did it.

SS isn't an adversarial program. I don't care if you have an attorney or not, same results! You can do this on your own. First off, social security has medical listings they they go by.

Google social security disability listings and you will see for yourself. There are basically 12 body systems and each body system has a classification of conditions that they evaluate your records against. It you do the Internet search and read the listings for yourself, it practically tells you what the records must show in order to meet or equal a social security listing. Also, per the definition of social security disability your condition must be expected to last a minimum of 12 months or be expected to end in death.

So basically ss only cares about your condition within the past 12 months of applying. It you are trying to get disability for a condition from like 5 years ago AND you haven't even been seeing a doctor on the regular for that condition then there is no medical proof to even indicate that is a severe condition. Secondly if you don't meet or equal a listing SS then must review your objective records and determine (based on the diagnostic findings and documented physical exam) what you are currently capable of performing. SS doesn't care about a letter from your doctor saying "you can't work".

If it isn't supported by objective medical evidence that statement is good for nothing. Once they do the comparison they then will make a determination as to whether you can return to your past work or perform other work. If you can, you're denied!! Bottom lines!

There are no tricks of the trade or secrets. Myler or any attorney is doing nothing special to get disability awarded. It's all in the records. Also, the most important thing is this...

If you are under 55 and do not meet or equal a SS listing then the odds are already stacked against you to be awarded benefits anyway. Under 55 your condition basically has to be extremely poor: if you can still walk, stand or even walk for a little bit... Then don't expect to get awarded. Google this for yourself!

The rules get a little relaxed for those 55 and older, that's why most people who have been filing since say they were 45 say " I had to file like 2-5 times before I got awarded" . Actually what happened was they just got older and hit a different age category which made the rules different. It's no different than a child who received child's benefits and then once they turned 18 were denied because now they are being evaluated under the adult rules, which are markedly different. So in essence myler had nothing and did nothing to do with getting you benefits and as soon as people realize how the program works; they will realize that they are paying these advocates to do nothing for them.

They don't do anything to influence the outcome of the case. Read for yourself, come to understand the program, and stop running to give people like them you're money for nothing.

Half the time they file appeals already knowing the outcome will be the same. Just wasting everyone's time because the rules are what they are.

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Anonymous
#921312

What you say is not entirely correct. There are literally thousands of pages of regulations and you speak of only a small part.

The listings you speak of are only part of the picture. The cases that go to a hearing are not usually won a listing because if your case was that good to start with you likely would not get to a hearing, you would have won at the initial or reconsideration stages. A claimant can also win if they are under 50 and found to have limitations that prevent them from doing even sedentary work, or even mental limitations that prevent them from doing any work at all. A good lawyer will help you get ready for the case and go over weaknesses in the case before the hearing.

Going in front of a judge is all about telling the truth because they place a lot of weight on the claimants credibility. A good lawyer will find the inconsistencies in your medical file and bring it to your attention so you are not ambushed by the judge.

ALSO, think about this. The judge is a lawyer.

The judge has assistants that are lawyers.

Social Security hires hundreds of lawyers that review cases well before they go to a hearing. Wouldn't you like to have a lawyer who can speak to the judge in the same language?

Myler Disability's reply to:

Myler Disability - Why do I have to wait so long for Disability again?

It's frustrating to see how long it takes Social Security to process these claims. In our experience, the folks at Social Security are working as best they can, but they are faced with budged and staffing restraints that make it difficult for them to process claims as fast as our clients would like to see. As a general rule, your claim will take about the same amount of time as other claims that were filed with yours. Call us at 1-800-652-9626 to see if there are ways to have your claim expedited, such as homelessness, a critical illness you may have been recently diagnosed with, or a need for life-saving medications which you can no longer afford. Hang in there! We're on your side through this process.
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#532875 Review #532875 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Reason of review
Not as described/ advertised
Loss
$3999

I'm asking why do I have to wait for disability again and so long before I even get a case. When I've been trying over and over to find the right people who would help me and that I would at need an answer to whether or not if I could get a job until my hearing comes or something that would help me keep money in my pocket so that I wouldn't have to worry about what I would have to eat, drink, stay, or anything that would have to do with me keeping myself up or alive.

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Anonymous
#921315

It is a difficult position to be in for sure. Most ppl who are going for disability are in a similar position and it is really sad to see them like this.

The system is so slow. The short answer is that you can work a little without it affecting your eligibility for benefits. But this could still hurt your case with certain judges. If you work Full Time you would probably not qualify for benefits.

This is the first step of the case. If you are working Full Time you cannot go forward.

And if you are telling a judge you cant work because you are disabled, yet you were working Full Time just a few months ago, how is that going to look to the judge? You are certainly in a rock and a hard place and you should continue to try to speak to your lawyer for a more direct answer to your questions.

Anonymous
#868805

Why does keep happening to me?

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