Reply by Myler Disability

We just became aware of this review but want to assure this anonymous reviewer that every single penny we receive in legal fees must first be approved by the Social Security Administration. While we can't verify the authenticity of this review, if we received a $700 for helping this person win benefits, it was because Social Security (a) agreed that we should be paid, and (b) authorized a fee that was deemed appropriate. If this person has further questions, we're happy to talk. We can be reached at 1-800-652-9626.
Boise, Idaho
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i got disability and no back pay so they added a bunch of fees such as phone calls they would say they talked to me a 1/2 hour and it was only 3 minutes several times at 100 dollars an hour i pulled my phone records of the calls and none were charged out right. they are trying to get 700 dollars out of me for nothing but trumped up charges.

on my first interview i ask them about the fees if i did not have back pay and they said everybody gets back pay and there would be no fee unless they were out of pocket for expenses like medical records.

when i got my bill i talked to alex v and told her about the conversation and her answer was sorry we miss informed you but you owe us the money. DO NOT HIRE THEM UNTIL YOU ARE DISSAPROVED BECAUSE THEY WILL MISS IMFORM YOU JUST TO GET YOU TO SIGN ON ASAP/

Monetary Loss: $700.

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It seems like there might have been a misunderstanding, as my previous experience with Myler has been fantastic. They were honest, polite, and friendly.

I'm sure that a big firm like Myler would have several expenses in a case that it would need to recover, such as attorney fees, record fees, and all other fees associated with running a business and making sure that your matter is given the best representation possible. I don't think it would be fair for them to help you win your benefits and not be compensated.

Just my opinion. Once again, thank you Myler.