Reply by Myler Disability

It's unfortunate when a claim is denied, but in each of these cases there is a winner and a loser. If the judge believes that the person is unable to work on a full-time, sustained basis, benefits are approved. However, if the judge feels the person would be able to do other types of work, benefits are denied. Often we are able to appeal an unfavorable decision, but a number of things must be looked at before making that decision. Among these things are the quality of the medical records, any supportive statements or narratives from the client's doctors, and the client's presentation and credibility at the hearing. While I cannot mention the specifics of this case online, due to client confidentiality, there were very strong reasons we felt we could not continue representing her. This upset her and she continued to call and harass our office staff for some time. We wish her the best going forward, but there is nothing more we can do for her at this time.
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Horrible after 3 years of dealing with them I still lost my case then they inform me that they no longer want to represent me. They stated they see no reason to continue if that was the case why take my case to begin with...

Reason of review: Poor customer service.

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