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We are taking our experience and putting it to work for you in a new type of law firm, a virtual law firm, and while this is a new law firm, it is supported by decades of experience by each of the founders, and we encourage you to review the experience of each of the founders at Lawyers.com, and while this page will grow as the new law firm grows this is what we hope you and other new clients will say about this new type of law firm based on years of training and experience by the founders of Schwab and Schwab/MySocialSecurityClaim.com, and the experience of the client:

Mr. New Client to his friends and relatives:

The other day I saw an ad on TV for a website called"MYSOCIALSECURITYCLAIM.COM' supported by the law firm of Schwab and Schwab. It was late in the evening, but there was a toll-free 24-hour/7 day a week phone number, and they took information from me, they told me I could go to the website and complete an information form which would help expedite or speed up my claim. I went to the website, filled out an initial form asking for some basic information around nine o'clock at night, and the next morning, at 9:30 a.m. I received a call from a paralegal. She asked if I had a computer, and I said yes, and she opened up some documents in regard to the appeals process, and there she was, a video of her, sitting at her desk, and we were both looking at the documents she described, even if I did not have a camera on my computer, we would have still shared the documents on both of our computers while talking over the phone. She explained that these were documents that had to be signed, so they would be mailed to me, and I received them today by expedited mail. I returned the documents to her, and she both sent me an e-mail and left a voice message on my answering machine that she received them. It was explained to me in a later conversation how to access the information on my file. I got a password, and by logging in with password there was so much information available. First, there was a "contact us" sheet where everything was recorded from the time I first called to the exchanges of the e-mails and phone calls, and a separate "status of appeal" sheet that showed what work had been done by her since receiving my authorization for them to represent me. When my file was received from the government, I couldn't believe it, but I did not have to ask anyone to see my file, I used the same password, it was simple, there was an icon representing my file, "MYSOCIALSECURITYCLAIM" folder, I opened it, and I could see my entire exhibit file from the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review. You do not have to wonder what is going on in your file, and you do not have to trust the word of someone simply saying they are working on it. At this law firm you are a partner in the appeal process, they do all the work, but all the work they do is always open to you for review at any time, day or night. I never had to, but I had the right to, call another person, either one of the founders of law firm, who have decades of experience in social security disability claims, or someone appointed by them, file a complaint or get a second opinion on the processing of my case. The whole processing of the claim by this law firm is transparent, there is nothing secret for fear that the client might not understand. They want to work with you in partnership, they want you to see your file and add your input. It took a while to get my case heard, but we were successful, and the delay was explained to me, the judges have a huge case load. Any delay is simply the backlog of cases, and this information is available through the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review website (ODAR). The whole process is so simple, I never had to leave my home, and, as I said, we won our case.

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  • In a petition for review of the Benefits Review Board's determination that petitioner was not entitled to disability benefits under the Longshore and Harbor Worker's Compensation Act, the petition is denied where psychological injuries that result from legitimate personnel actions are not compensable under the Act. Read More

  • Department of Justice's Bureau of Justice Assistance's (BJA) denial of claim for benefits by plaintiff and her three children under the Public Safety Officers' Benefits Act (PSOB Act) 42 U.S.C. section 3796, is affirmed as the BJA correctly determined that plaintiff's deceased husband did not die as a result of the type of "injury" that is compensable under the PSOB Act. Read More

  • Decision of the Veterans Court holding that 38 C.F.R. section 3.343(a) does not apply to assignments of retrospective staged ratings that include a temporary total disability rating is affirmed as the Department of Veterans Affairs' interpretation of the applicability of the section is not plainly erroneous or inconsistent with the regulation. Read More

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At this law firm you are a partner in the appeal process, they do all the work, but all the work they do is always open to you for review at any time, day or night. The whole processing of the claim by this law firm is transparent, there is nothing secret for fear that the client might not understand.

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