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Myler Disability's reply to:

Myler Disability in Mountlake Terrace, Washington - To answer them back

We have been trying to contact you to let you know your hearing has been scheduled. Please give us a call back at 1-800-652-9626 so that we can relay important information to you.
#1421141 Review #1421141 is a subjective opinion of poster.

Find out if I qualified or not it’s been over four montgs

Myler Disability's reply to:

Myler Disability - Review in Lawyers category from Bellevue, Washington

If you're a client of ours and you feel concerned about your case, we'd encourage you to give us a call at 1-800-652-9626. We've been doing this for a long time and we've successfully helped tens of thousands of clients obtain benefits. We're always looking for ways to improve, though, and we realize that each client has individual needs. Give us a call and we're happy to help you out!
#686874 Review #686874 is a subjective opinion of poster.

All I am reviewing seems to be true

Myler Disability's reply to:

Myler Disability in Everett, Washington - Ageist, not accepting clients under 30

We closely screen potential cases and do take age into account. This is because there's a direct correlation between age and the likelihood of being approved for benefits. We are not obligated to take on every single potential client, no matter how angry or upset they may be. We do make exceptions to our age rule, but it's taken on a case-by-case basis. Because we only get paid if we win your case, we try hard to screen our potential clients for those having cases most deserving of disability benefits and the most likely to be approved. If you have questions about whether we can help you, call us at 1-800-652-9626.
#650867 Review #650867 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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  • Age matters
Reason of review
Poor customer service
  • misrepresented service offering
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  • Myler

A friend referred me to this law firm last week, I called them up today to find out if they could help me since I've got an ALJ hearing coming up soon.

Instead of listening to any details about my case the first question was how old I was. Nowhere on their site does it say that in order to qualify for their services that you need to be 30 or older. "We're sorry we're not able to accept clients under 30 at this time."

Not only are the criteria different for people under 50 and the majority of the judges are age biased anyway, but you've got to deal with these clowns turning people down because they're under 30. Nice job, maybe next time put that in your FAQ!

(They probably can't because it's discrimination. I'm surprised the person I was talking to even disclosed that specific information.)

Myler Disability's reply to:

Myler Disability - Disability Claim Review from Bellevue, Washington

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.
#586016 Review #586016 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Reason of review
Poor customer service

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...

I hired myler in December of 2013 and it is June 2014 and I got approved for social security. Thanks myler for helping with my case.
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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.

#493546 Review #493546 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Myler Disability's reply to:

Myler Disability in Everett, Washington - Myler makes money only by going to court

At Myler Disability, we take only get paid if your benefits are approved. Even then, any fee we receive must first by approved by Social Security. As such, the work we do is closely scrutinized by the government and if we weren't extremely competent and successful, we would have gone out of business a long time ago. With us, you can be assured that you're hired advocates who have proven time and time again that we're going to do all we can to win your claim.
#321431 Review #321431 is a subjective opinion of poster.

I had a disability form filled out by my pain management doctor. I called myler to find out where should I send the form they told me to send it to social security but gave me their address which at the time I didnt notice.

Well the form never got to ss and claim denied again. They didnt know what medical documents ss have because they get the documents not them. I had the wrong info on my letter which now I have another chance to provide the correct info. I will not let them handle my case anymore.

They have yet to do anything but when and if you win they want 6 grand of your and the lawyers dont do nothing and dont know nothing about your case. who is myler anyway because his associates go before the judge not him. The minimum wage employees they have there are the problem you get what you pay for. Sounds good in the beginning but its all a scam....

beware of them dont waste your time. Its been almost a year for me and I know if ss had the correct and all my medical documentation things would be different.