Between meeting with clients, filing claims, and researching appeals, social security disability attorneys often find themselves stretched thin, with little time for lengthy documents, reports and transcripts. Working with a brief writing service specifically for disability attorneys can lead to a more productive, positive work environment.

1. Time Management
The long process of applying for disability for a client can often involve in-depth research into medical history, past employment and income, and records from many sources. Hiring a summary service will allow your advocates to concentrate their efforts on your clients rather than on maneuvering the many pages of documentation.

2. Cost Management
Many summary services also have budget-friendly options, such as paying by the page, to make their services affordable.

3. Expertise
Summary services hire legal and medical professionals who have been tested and vetted to ensure a quality product that will meet and exceed your expectations.

4. Experience
Legal and medical professionals who have been hired by summary services have had many years of experience drafting briefs and understand the intricacies involved in this technical writing style.

5. Meets and Exceeds Standards
With only 60 days to appeal a denied claim to the Social Security Appeals Council, you need to work quickly to provide the necessary information, in the correct format, on your client’s behalf. Summary services concentrate their time and efforts on writing briefs, providing them with the consistency that affords timely returns on contracted work.

6. Persuasive and Informed Briefs
Summary services understand the need for precise, sound arguments that work for your clients, and utilize their knowledge of the disability application and appeals system to bring you results-oriented briefs.

7. Better Prepared Advocates
A brief will provide your advocates with a more concise, targeted summary of the case or claim. A summary service will provide your lawyers with the information overview they need to win your clients’ cases.

8. Prevent Fruitless Efforts
Summary services know what works. Rather than spending time writing briefs that include superfluous details, they can hone in on the information that will help your advocates provide the best possible service to your clients.

9. Improve Your Odds
A well-written summary and hearing brief presented to the judge before the hearing can increase the chances of a favorable bench decision for your client.

10. Client Satisfaction
Your clients will appreciate the time you can invest in their disability application process, and deserve the best. Customers are more likely to recommend advocates with whom they have favorable experiences, increasing your referrals, leading to greater profits and creating a stronger business.

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