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I have had the opportunity to talk to this nice lady and I believe her concerns have been resolved. We never agreed to be her representatives and had talked to her in mid-August about the need to get her hearing postponed to a date we have a representative available. Because her hearing is so soon, our attorneys in her area are scheduled for other cases with other judges that day. Apparently Social Security is not willing to let her postpone, which makes it so we're unable to help as her representatives. She is having difficulty finding anyone who can take her case on with such short notice. It is most unfortunate that Social Security is unwilling to allow her more time to find a representative and then allow that representative time to update the exhibit file with the latest medical records.
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I have contacted Myler Disability to represent me in my upcoming Social Security Disability case hearing. After filling out all the necessary paperwork and signing all the documents to hire the firm, five weeks later I am told Myler can not help me that they do not have enough time to prepare before the hearing.

I don't buy it and now six weeks before my hearing I am scrambling to find another disability attorney to represent me.

This is not how you treat people especially people who need help. Thanks for nothing!

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