Why Our SSDI Lawyers Stand Out Above the Rest

Over the last few years, it’s been our honor to become the SSDI lawyers Memphis trusts with their cases. We’ve built a great reputation that includes five-star ratings on Avvo, a an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau, and multiple Martindale-Hubbell awards for client satisfaction.

So what do we do differently? And how does our work set us apart from other firms?

Working with Doctors and Medical Evidence

With any SSDI case, medical testimony is critical. We work with people to appeal their case after the SSA denies their claim. This often happens because the original application lacks enough medical evidence.

Not only do you need to prove you have a disability in the first place, but then you also have to prove it impacts your life and your ability to earn an income in the same way as before.

To help the SSA understand your claim, they expect certain information from your doctor. Most people don’t know to ask for this or what information they should make sure the doctor includes. And the same goes for doctors: they have their own expertise, but they aren’t lawyers or SSDI judges. They have all the facts, but don’t always know how to tell your story well.

We work with your medical team to strengthen your claim, including making sure your physicians record your disability correctly. We also help them articulate how your disability impacts your life so the SSA fully understands why you need SSDI in the first place.

Medical malpractice lawyer Memphis, TNUnderstanding the Courts

Successfully managing an SSDI appeal involves a lot more than fixing your application. It also requires you be able to work with the courts.

We know the judges and understand what they’re looking for. With decades of experience representing the people of Memphis, we’ve seen the system at its best and worst, and so we’re never flustered or confused by the hearings.

Instead, we relate confidently with the judges and staff, and take great pride in how much our preparation and experience help us in court.

An Unbeatable Work Ethic

Most important of all, our success depends on our work ethic.

We don’t give up, and that’s true no matter who our client is. Not every case is easy, but every person matters and deserves our best. 

This work ethic shows up in a variety of ways. First, we only take cases we believe in. And from there, we’re tenacious in getting the evidence we need to prove your claim.

It can take a lot of time and energy to communicate back-and-forth with doctors and hospitals. They have a lot of other pressures, and SSDI isn’t always the top priority. But it is for us, and so we don’t let up until we get the information we need.

In addition, we fight for time before the judges. We make sure they fully understand your situation before the hearing ends. It’s critical the people who oversee your appeal really get what you’re going through and why. 

Darrell Castle downtown Memphis attorneySpeak with the SSDI Lawyers Memphis Trusts

I’ve always respected people who work hard and do their job well, and I’m proud to have gathered a team who shares the same values.

We would love to sit down with you and discuss your SSDI claim. If you’ve been denied, you only have 60 days to appeal. So it’s important we get started as quickly as possible.

Keep in mind we don’t get paid anything unless we win your case. And even then, it’s only a small fraction of your past-due benefits. You keep every dollar moving forward.

To get started with a free conversation, contact us online today or give us a call at 901-327-2100.