Our Process

Winning Cases & Helping Clients Since 1969

Our Process For Working Up A Case

When I initially meet with a client, either in person or on the phone, I try to get them to explain to me why they think that they cannot work. The inability to do substantial gainful activity is the bottom line in Step 5 of the Sequential Process used by Social Security. If I am convinced that we can help, I take the case.

In the Initial and Reconsideration phases of the process, we help in completing forms and informing Social Security of all of the medical or mental health issues from which you are suffering. If you are declined benefits at Reconsideration, we help you file a Request for Hearing by Administrative Law Judge.

While we are waiting for a hearing, we continually monitor your condition and medical treatment. Social Security cases are won based on medical evidence and opinions from your doctors. We will urge you to be as aggressive as possible in getting health care.

We then review the record completed by Social Security and discuss with you what additional evidence we need to win your case. We then contact your healthcare provider to update the file and, if possible, get opinions from your treating source on what limitations you have as a result of your severe impairments.

We present for you the best case that we can that you meet Social Security requirements to be disabled at the Administrative Law Judge level. Contact us today to get started.


Committed To Our Clients Success

  • Aggressive Representation

    We do what it takes to win and don't hold anything back. Attorney Field is prepared to fight for you.

  • Clients First

    We will always put your and your best interests first. Our clients are always our top priority.

  • Decades of Experience

    Attorney Hugh Field has practiced law for nearly 50 years and is well respected in the legal community.

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