Using Non Attorney Representative Groups | TV Ads Like Alsup
What: Using Non Attorney Representative Groups
I’m sure that you’ve seen ads on the TV for companies like Alsup, or Binder & Binder that provide representation on Social Security Disability cases.
Did you know that a majority of their business has been commercially based? What they means is that they’ve entered into contracts with large insurance companies and employers to provide Social Security Disability claims services to their disabled employees. You should particularly if you are a Long Term Disability applicant that people like Jim Alsup, the founder for Alsup & Alsup, have been quote as saying “every dollar we pay in from Social Security, reduces their liability by a dollar.”
Should you use Alsup or Advantage 2000 for your Social Security Disability claim if you are Long Term Disability applicant? Nancy Cavey, and experienced Long Term Disability and Social Security Disability attorney, says no. Too many times companies like Alsup and Advantage 2000 will develop your Social Security Disability claim for a medical condition that provides only limit coverage under your disability plan. For example, they may try to develop a mental or nervous condition such as depression as the basis of your Social Security Disability claim ignoring your back condition. They do this knowing that under the terms of your Long Term Disability policy, your right to Long Term Disability benefits is limited under a mental or nervous claim for up to two years.
Nancy Cavey strongly believes that you should have a private attorney represent you in your Social Security Disability and Long Term Disability claim so that you get all the benefits to which you are legally entitled.