Julie A. Rice's answer See this link for more information, and consider hiring an attorney so you know it is done correctly: https://socialsecurity.gov/myaccount/?gclid=CjwKEAiArdG1BRCLvs_q-IObwxMSJACXbLtzKHSaFEyhIVEUfHFW9vF5MT25zPItQTZRj_lbE6Tm6BoCc4fw_wcB
Tristan Kenyon Schultz's answer Wow, over a year! No hearing wait time lasts for over a year... Yes, you can fire your lawyer. This can be done by calling or mailing a letter to your lawyer stating that you are no longer interested in their representation. Make sure to request all your client files (you cannot be charged). You will have to pay fees for work already completed. If you have another lawyer you want to hire you may want to let the new lawyer handle the termination (esp. if the old lawyer hands you an unexpected...
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Julie A. Rice's answer You should see the advice of an attorney that only does SSI to answer your question in detail. You may find such an attorney on the Atlanta Bar Referral Service and they have excellent attorney's on the panel that specialize in various fields so as for an attorney that does Social Security full time.
Leonard R. Boyer's answer You really need to retain an experienced mortgage foreclosure defense attorney. If you can't afford an attorney you need to contact legal services and the local law school legal clinics. Good luck.
Adam Studnicki's answer I'm not sure what your goal is here or why you were speaking to yourself during an interview. A social security / disability lawyer should be able to assist.
Please Take Notice: I am not your lawyer unless we enter into an engagement agreement in writing. This is only general information. It is NOT legal advice, and it may not work for your specific situation. It is impossible to evaluate a legal problem without a comprehensive consultation and review of all the relevant facts and...
Leonard R. Boyer's answer Your best chance of getting SSDI is to retain a SSDI attorney. The attorney only gets paid if he wins the case for you. So it won't cost you anything and can make a huge difference. Good luck.
Robert Jason De Groot's answer That depends upon the facts, and all we know is only what you have written, which is not enough to conclude that something even can be done. When you have a legal problem, you need to speak with an attorney.
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