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Something for Nothing – Do You Really Need a Lawyer to Represent You In Your Social Security Claim | Port Richey Social Security Disability Attorney

You have heard the old song, “Something for nothing!”. Well, that is exactly what you get when you try to represent yourself. The Social Security Disability claims process is complex and confusing. At Cavey and Barrett, we think the Social Secuirty disablilty claims process it is designed to discourage people in need from getting the Cavey and Barretts that are due!

Social Security numbers show that at least 60% of Social Security Disability applicants who are represented are approved for disability! That means that over 40% potentially wrongfully denied Social Security Disability benefits.

In my experience, anyone who thinks they will be awarded benefits after the Judge hears their story is simply wrong.

It is in your best interest to get representation are early as possible. Sharon Barrett can explain the Social Security Disability process to you and answer your questions.

Cavey and Barrett, Tampa Bay Social Secuirty lawyers, is paid from your back benefits up to 25% of the back benefits¬† up to $5,300.00. If we do not win, there is no fee. Some people don’t want to pay for representation and would rather take their chances. Most get what they paid for – nothing.

Answering these broad-based questions isn’t easy. Help is a phone call away. You can contact Nancy Cavey, an experienced long-term disability attorney at 727-894-3188.