Myler Disability's reply to:

Myler Disability - Disability Claim Review from Salt Lake City, Utah

This anonymous review may be from one of our clients, but we're not able to verify its authenticity. We'd encourage this person to give us a call to discuss their claim in detail. We're concerned with how long it takes Social Security to process claims and want to do all we can to help our clients during the process. We also take very seriously our commitment to provide our clients with great customer service. We answer most calls as they are received and return voice messages with 24 business hours. If you have questions about your case, call us at 1-800-652-9626.
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#601967 Review #601967 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Reason of review
Poor customer service

My experience has not been a good one I come from a different state but I'm not sure why this is taking so long everyone I have talk to that's on disability says it was quick and easy and they got what they needed it's been almost 4 months and I've been having to jump through hoop after hoop they never call me I'm having to call SSA myself then I call myler and I have to talk to someone different every time and the next person doesn't know what the last person did that I talk to this is soooooo frustrating I can't work and I'm about to be homeless because I can't pay my bill I feel like they are working against me not for me if something isn't done in the next week or if I don't hear anything I will find a new disability lawyer

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Anonymous
#988365

Some of these online companies delay to increase their fees.

Anonymous
#974278

I would find a different lawyer like quick. I had the worst experience with them.

They fought for nothing. I won my case the second appeal but it wasn't due to them. And they didn't fight for what I wanted. I thought I was fighting for my ssdi and all along they were fighting for SSI which means SSI denied me my monthly income because my husband makes to much money.

And fourth thousand dollars turned into 200.00 dollars back pay.

Run please they r not out to help the clients. Sincerely sad in California.

Anonymous
#1279151
@PissedConsumer974278

Anonymous,

We're glad that your claim was approved, but we're concerned with your complaints and would love the opportunity to address these with you. There are procedural reasons your SSDI claim was denied and we'd love to have the opportunity to explain these to you.

Also, be aware that if your back pay was only $200, we were only paid a few dollars for helping you with your claim. Please call us to discuss this in more detail.

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Myler Disability's reply to:

Myler Disability - Offers of employment

We just became aware of this review. While we can't verify its validity (due to it being an anonymous post), it's likely that it's not legitimate. We are always looking forward to finding highly qualified individuals to add to our team. If we retracted an offer, it was likely because the person didn't pass our simple criminal background check.
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#313563 Review #313563 is a subjective opinion of poster.

Beware of employment offers with this company. I was offered a position by HR.

Four hours later the HR Manager called to retract the offer saying their had been miscommunication between her and her manager and the position was already filled. Unfortunately I had cancelled a promising second interview based on her previous job offer. If nothing else, they are very unprofessional, if not unethical.

It could have been a mix up or it could have been a bait and switch because she did offer me a position that paid 3 less per hour at the end of the conversation.

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Anonymous
#776251

Im still waiting cnt really comment they return my calls everytime.But I have been denied twice now I'm waiting on an hearing date. It's been almost two years. :zzz :upset

Anonymous
#560017

From my perspective, this company tends to lean toward hiring people under 25, which isn't bad at all, however what happened to a little diversity in the workplace

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Myler Disability's reply to:

Myler Disability - Worst place I ever worked--and an attorney will spend about 5 hrs reviewing your case before court

We are happy to say that at Myler Disability we make great efforts to ensure that our employees are competent, empathetic, and hard working. While from time to time we've had employees leave who have had bitter, untrue comments (such as the one who wrote this review), we take great pride in knowing we have a team of professionals filled with individuals who are doing this for the right reason. They enjoy and find great fulfillment in helping those who are disabled through the disability process. There's something inexplicably rewarding that comes by helping those who are struggling through their time of greatest need. That's why Myler Disability exists. That's why we've been around for many years and will be around for many years to come. And it's why we've been successful in helping tens of thousands of clients obtain disability benefits.
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#310315 Review #310315 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Loss
$8

I chose to work here about a year ago when the economy was really, really bad here. It was the only job that I could find.

Right away, I could tell this company did not give a hoot about their employees. Women at the office usually got stuck with more work than their male counterparts, whom the female managers loved to flirt with. I knew as soon as I could find another job, I was out of there.

Because the environment there was so negative in general, the employees that came to work everyday and do the MAJORITY of work on your SS case (and they do not need a college degree) could care less about the client and we would do the bare minimum on your case--we were getting paid $8.50/hr.

We would get the information that we needed, get your medical records and talk to you more than the attorney on your SS case will.

Bottom line: If you win, you will give this law firm 40% of your SS award back pay, and the attorney spent 5 hrs on your case from start to finish. The majority of your case was handled by a 20-year old kid.

Good luck!

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Anonymous
#794901

I worked here too, and it is the biggest bunch of *** artists I've ever seen. Your case workers will be 18-22 year old kids who have no idea of what they are doing, and have about 2 weeks training.

All that is required to work here is a HS diploma or GED.

You will not talk to a lawyer until you're literally ready to go to court, generally 2 years after starting the process. Avoid these people like the plauge.

Anonymous
#717595

Brad Myler rips off his own relatives, including his mother and children. His wife left him when she came to realize what a crook he is.

He also sings in the Mormon Tabernacle Choir to complete his facade, using his church to exploit others. He is a curse in the lives of those who know him.

Stay the heck away!

Anonymous
#915086
@PissedConsumer717595

While I agree that Brad is a conartist, I fail to see how his religion has anything to do with this. Please get your head out of your *** before you speak.

Anonymous
#693328

My favorite was receiving a call right before my hearing saying we can't help you and then after being placed on hold. Oh forget I called.

Now my denial is full of lies and they had all the paperwork and could have reviewed w/ me and chose not too.

I paid off the bill for medical records and they better not ask for more. I am going to take my denial to a real lawyer to read

Anonymous
#623885

Apparently those people that have said miler disability is a great place to work have obviously not worked there very long. I worked there for years only because I couldn't find another job in the economy.

There are a lot of unethical things that on there including employees forging client signatures and the attorneys pretending like it didn't happen. If you are a prospective employee or even a prospective client my suggestion stay away.

Channel
#596414

The one in American Fork, Utah. You know they hate there jobs. The guy I talked to was so disrespectful to me and I am not even the client

Channel
#596411

I believe it. they are dishonest and have attitudes.

No wonder. over worked under paid

Anonymous
#550296

HELP!!!!!!!!!!!! I cant even talk to a live voice and no one will call me back.

What have I done here? :(

Anonymous
#536582

Wow James is right on. I would love to know if the former myler disability employ or dots have ever worked for a larger law firm?

Also do you know what the owners of companies do? I guess not. I love working here. I wish Brad's TV had any reception to it.

He has it for his computer. but what would I know. I am just a male white employee.

Well best of luck with your pissed off comments. I hope you have fun at your next call center job you get.

Anonymous
#503428

Hey, if the lawyer spends 5 hours reviewing the case, we're getting an incredibly good deal! That's ridiculous.

This isn't the Supreme Court. A lawyer could review a disability case in a half hour. Supervisors flirting? A boss who doesn't do the grunt work?

Have you ever worked anywhere else? This is what you'll find anywhere!

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