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Winning cases begins with building appealable issues

into every case at each stage of the administrative review process.

At the Metsker Law Firm we have developed a unique system to help hearing representatives (both attorneys and EDPNAs) win more cases and take advantage of favorable Ninth Circuit precedent. Here’s how it works:

  1. A few days before your client’s hearing, call us for a free 10-minute consultation to discuss your client’s medical-vocational profile.

  2. We will provide you with specific questions to pose to the vocational expert on cross-examination.

  3. In the event of an unfavorable ALJ decision, consult with us again for advice on what arguments and/or rebuttal evidence should be submitted to the Appeals Council.

  4. If the appeals Council issues a denial, we will take the case to district court, secure in the knowledge that multiple appealable issues have been built into the case at every stage of the administrative appeals process.

  5. If the case is remanded for further proceedings, we will return the case to your firm to conduct the remand hearing. When the case is approved, we will work with you to ensure that your firm is approved for and receives a reasonable fee for your services.

The cross-examination of the vocational expert is a key point in every disability hearing—it is the hearing representative’s best opportunity to establish that unfavorable vocational testimony is not supported by objective factual data. By providing our partners with the tools necessary to counter adverse vocational testimony, we have achieved a district court win rate that far exceeds the national average for court remands.

To participate, please call us at 866.342.6180 to discuss how we can improve your overall win rate and generate significant additional revenue for your firm.

“John Metsker Esq. assisted our company by mitigating losses from cases that were dead in the water. Our cases have been remanded and approved through Mr. Metsker's due diligence and vast knowledge of the Social Security Disability civil action process."

Farah Lindsay & Newsha Lindsay - Disability Advocate

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