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Binder and Binder / why it takes so long and do i have a chance with just one doctor

200 parker ave, Meriden, CT, United States Review updated:

if i dont have a chance because of not enough info let me know i dont want to go to a hearing for nothing and then get a bill for something i cant afford, my family is broke i could not pay you if i louse so let me know soon if its worth it to go on with it,

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  • Gr
      Nov 18, 2012

    Hi. First of all, Social Security does take a very long time to process. The more medical records you have and the more cooperative your doctor is, makes a ton of difference. I had to go see a doctor, upon the Social Security department's request, one that they chose, to have a complete health physical before I could do anything else. Now, I went without a lawyer. I handled it all on my own, because I haven't the finances for lawyers. Most people will be rejected their first time applying and need to file an appeal. This is when having a lawyer is most useful, or an advocate. I'm sure if you were to talk to the SS office, they could find someone to represent you for little cost. I've heard things about Binder and Binder (no idea how truthful they are) that would give me pause to choose them to handle my claim. I was approved without having to appeal, but that rarely happens. What is the condition you are seeking payment for? There's a list available from the SS office that might help you determine if you have all you need. Good luck and best wishes.

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