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Service With Winning Results | Myler Disability review

I hired Brad Meyler for my Disability ATTY. HE WON MY CASE FIRST TIME WITH SUCH SPEED.I m truly thankful and Greatful to him and his teAm.thank you and God Bless You Melissa R.
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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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#1098246 Review #1098246 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Good customer service

My Review | Myler Disability review

My Review - Myler Disability review
So,Far my experience has not been a problem. I filed..I got declined and the law firm moved forward with an appeal to proceed my case. They kepted in contact with me through out my process til I got an actual court date. Its been a feww years but I am praying it wS worthy of the wait. Meanwhile as my condition has worsen with no insurance I made myself seek work til other wise. I couldnt do it, I email them and call and they get back within 24hr or less. I have met anybody from the Company because I am from Las Vegas. Anyway I was going over reviews and Trully I was scared to continue to the process. But I am going to keep faith and Get approved. Ahead of time Thank You Myler!
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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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#1091497 Review #1091497 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Well haven,t heard anything from your office , my son Robert Andrade needs you to help him, It has been two or three years , since he has applied for disability when he hired you that he would get hel | Myler Disability review

I was able to speak this afternoon with our client and it appears that he was given incorrect information by Social Security. I'm not sure what lead to that miscommunication, but we were able to verify that he most certainly does have a disability claim pending with Social Security. He filed a request for hearing in December 2016 and will still be waiting a number of months before his claim in heard. Currently, the national average wait time for a hearing before one of Social Security's Administrative Law Judge is 19 months. This has nothing to do with Myler Disability or our clients, but rather with the backlog in cases and the lack of funding that Social Security is experiencing. We realize the hardship that such long wait times put on our clients and do what we can to help them strengthen their case as they wait. As always, we're happy to help our clients with any questions or concerns they have. We can be reached at 1-800-652-9626.
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#1091435 Review #1091435 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Reason of review
Bad quality

He should be calling my son and help him to get his disability sooner not very happy that he has done nothing to help We were in the apestion that hiring a lawyer he would do more for him When my son called the worker at his office knew nothing about it , Called ss and they said no claim in Robert M Andrade . I would like for the worker at your office could call me , And anwer why no one is working on . even when he called ssi they said there was no claim in Robert Andrade name Why does no one know what is going on

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Beginning the journey with Myler | Myler Disability review

We appreciate you letting us help you with your disability claim. We know that this can be a long, difficult process and we're here to help you through it all. If you ever have questions or concerns, please let us know.
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#1082607 Review #1082607 is a subjective opinion of poster.

I have applied and gotten my first denial on my own. I spoke with Chris yesterday who walked through the initial process, my medical issues, all the information they need to work my case.

They will be advocating for me from this point out. I have been assured if i have any questions i can call any day or time i need to. I've been put at ease so far.

I feel confident Myler disability will do all in their power to help get the benefits I need and deserve. I will continue to post reviews throughout the process.

The Myler folks know their business | Myler Disability review

The process of filing a disability claim is an arduous task, to say the least. There are SO MANY intricate details that need attention before a final decision is made. My process took about TWO YEARS to accomplish, and this was 100% the fault of the government. The Myler folks know their business; they knew what questions to ask, what was needed from me, and what to expect. Since they work completely on a contingency basis, they won't even take on a case that is questionable or dubious. I did have to pay an extra fee to obtain some records, which amounted to all of $6 and change. The people at Myler are professional, courteous, They answered every question, they called with periodic updates, and they always had a representative available that I could telephone anytime if I needed anything. From my experience, I would say that Myler Disablilty is a "class act," and they won't steer you wrong. That's probably why they've been around for 17 years. Daniel S.
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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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#1123741 Review #1123741 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Good customer service

Without Myler Disability I would probably be living on the streets

I had Myler Disability handle my social security case. They did a wonderful job for me. Dealing with the social security administration is extremely difficult. After being denied the first time I would have most likely given up. But Myler and the associates would not. We appealed the first decision and the judge was able to see the results of my MRI and found me to be 100% disabled because of my condition. Without Myler Disability I would probably be living on the streets. I highly recommend Myler Disability to anyone needing to face the social security administration. Please do not try it alone. Thank you Myler Disability for everything. I can now live my life in dignity and peace of mind. Thanks again. Richard G.
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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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#1123755 Review #1123755 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Good customer service

Myler disability helped me every step of the way

Myler disability helped me every step of the way. They called a couple times a month to give me updates and handled sending the paperwork in after getting it for me. I would definitely recommend them to help with these matters. Vicky S.
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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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#1123748 Review #1123748 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Good customer service
Myler Disability's reply to:

Myler Disability - Customer Care Review

We have spoken with this client since she posted this review. It appears she's anxious to start receiving her disability benefits. Her case was just recently approved and Social Security needs a little bit of time to process the claim. While we understand that our clients want their money as soon as possible, we have to allow Social Security time to do their job. Here, the client's approval notice was received on June 5th and we are waiting for Social Security begin making payments. As only 2 weeks had passed when the client wrote this review, she needs to hold tight and be patient. Payments will begin soon.
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#1064513 Review #1064513 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Poor customer service

I am waiting for Mylar to submit the paperwork to my Social Security for payment. They are NOT responding.

I have been waiting 7 days for a return phone call from them. Horrible.

We have tried calling this client 3 times over the last week to discuss his concerns with him, but have had to leave messages each time. As his case was just approved earlier this month, we're doing what we can to discuss with him what happens at this point with...
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#1061924 Review #1061924 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Myler Disability's reply to:

Negligent attorneys who will string you along without really doing anything | Myler Disability review

We've had the opportunity to discuss this review with this former client and we're saddened to see her so upset and frustrated. While we would like to help all of our clients obtain disability benefits, the reality is that not everyone will win their disability claim. Because we only get paid a fee if a case is approved, we work diligently to find a way for our clients to be successful. We don't get paid if the case is denied, so our motivation is obviously to try and help out client succeed.

Here, this client was able to work with three of our attorneys and several of our staff. Each of the attorneys was extremely familiar with her case and the medical records her file contained. While her first hearing was postponed, it was because the judge hadn't provided the psychological expert scheduled to testify a complete copy of the psychological records. When her rescheduled hearing finally occurred, all of her medical records were a part of her exhibit file and available to both the judge and the psychological expert.

Ultimately this case was denied for reasons that cannot be discussed in an online forum. We understand that this client is upset because of being denied, but it was not due to missing medical records or our office not zealously representing her. We also understand her frustration regarding her eligibility for SSI. Originally she was denied for excess household assets and resources. Some time over the last year her financial situation has changed and we would encourage her to start a new SSI application at this time. If she has further concerns regarding this, she is welcome to give our office a call.

As always, we would encourage any of our clients with questions or concerns to contact us directly and allow us the opportunity to help provide answers and find resolutions. We can be reached at 1-800-652-9626.
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#1060479 Review #1060479 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Reason of review
Did not follow through
Loss
$20000
Preferred solution
Do what they were supposed to do in the first place and take care of my SSI application

Myler was a HUGE disappointment to me for several reasons. I was never given an opportunity to meet with my lawyer until the DAY OF my hearing.

He didn't really know what was in my file, as he had skimmed through it just that morning. Some of my records were missing, even though I had informed them of dr. appointments. Some of these records were crucial to my case, and the hearing had to be postponed (6 months!!) The person who was working on my case (NOT an attorney) was continuously changed so no one ever got to know MY case.

In October, at my original hearing it was determined that my application would also include an application for SSI. I don't believe that was ever done. I've been in the dark most of the process, and unable to get answers. My case was ultimately denied.

My doctors information was disregarded as part of the case. At this point I am trying to find out if an SSI application was done, as they told me it would be, and now they won't even talk to me so I can find out what the history of this application is!! So frustrating. They said they would do things that they didn't, but were continually requesting duplicate records from doctors at $30 dollars each.

I now owe them over $300 for those records (that were disregarded at the trial), I'm on the phone with Social Security now. They report that the SSI application was not done as part of the disability claim, so all that time is water under the bridge. Myler will not talk with me, even though they have records that would indicate that an SSI application was supposed to be part of my disability hearing. It was even discussed at the hearing, so why no application?

Who knows. I can only attribute it to them being so busy with other things that it wasn't attended to. My advice to you if you want to hire an attorney for your disability case?

Run from Mylar as quickly as you can. Sincerely, Wendy