How do I choose a good attorney?

Asked on Jun 03rd, 2013 on Social Security Disability - North Carolina
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There are so many out there, and using google and the BBB have not been very helpful for most of the ones I've looked at. I have a very strong SSDI case, but I hesitate to start the submission process on my own.
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Answered on Jun 08th, 2013 at 1:02 PM
You have come to the right place!   Go to this link  for a list of North Carolina  Social Security Disability Law Firms.  You can narrow the search to your city by clicking [Edit My Search].   You can "select" multiple firms and "compare" them.  This will put multiple firms side-by-side on your computer screen.  You can compare the "peer ratings" - the opinions of fellow lawyers, and "customer ratings" - customers rating the services.  The highest rating is 5.0.   There are several excellent articles on about choosing a lawyer.  Be sure to read     PLEASE NOTE that an in person consultation is always best when you have a legal problem. DO NOT RELY on information for a legal remedy without having contacted a lawyer. Facts and circumstances of every case have to be applied to the law that is relevant for the state or location in question.   NEVER rest on a right or defense you may have. Legal rights are not like wine - they don't improve with age or time. Time limits can completely prohibit recovery. SEEK LEGAL ADVICE IMMEDIATELY.   Be sure to visit my website for answers to Social Security Disability questions  

No attorney-client relationship has been established because of the information provided. Seek local counsel to address your particular facts. MJHJ

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