One of the very first things would be the focus of the practice. A general practitioner or someone whose practice includes multiple different types of law that they may be working on is probably not going to have the same ability to help you navigate the system as someone who makes that the entire focus of their practice. You don’t go to your primary care doctor for knee surgery, you go to an orthopedist. Your primary care could probably help you, but your outcome is going to be better if you go to somebody who has spent their entire life doing this.
The second part to it would be that even for offices that focus entirely on disability practice, finding an office that you find you can communicate with, that returns your phone calls, that is able to treat the client as an individual person and not as just part of the process is also important. Make sure that the people who you work with have a sense of who you are.
I’m board certified in Social Security Disability law, and that process involves peer review, and an examination showing substantial skill in the area of practice.
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