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Reconsideration “Hearing”: A Waste of Time and It Is Not An Actual Hearing

Blacks Law Dictionary defines a “Hearing” as the following: “A proceeding of relative formality, generally public,with definite issues of fact or of law to be tried….takes place before magistrates clothed with judicial functions….and to hearings before administrative agencies as conducted by a hearing examiner or Administrative Law Judge.” The Reconsideration “Hearing” is not a hearing...
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Reconsideration “Hearing”: A Waste of Time and It Is Not An Actual Hearing

Blacks Law Dictionary defines a “Hearing” as the following: “A proceeding of relative formality, generally public,with definite issues of fact or of law to be tried….takes place before magistrates clothed with judicial functions….and to hearings before administrative agencies as conducted by a hearing examiner or Administrative Law Judge.” The Reconsideration “Hearing” is not a hearing...
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Why do Law Firms send Non-Attorneys to Hearings? Don’t Let It Happen to You!

Sad but true, there many law firms who are sending non-attorneys to Social Security Hearings. As we pointed out in previous articles, Morgan & Morgan right here in Tampa, Florida is just one of several law offices in the State of Florida doing this on a regular basis. It is noteworthy that on these law...
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Why do Law Firms send Non-Attorneys to Hearings? Don’t Let It Happen to You!

Sad but true….there many law firms who are sending non-attorneys to Social Security Hearings. As we pointed out in previous articles, Morgan & Morgan right here in Tampa, Florida is just one of several law offices in the State of Florida doing this on a regular basis. It is noteworthy that on these law firms...
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Comments Regarding the June 2011 Blog

The purpose, in part, of the Blog are the “Buyer Beware” observations on attorneys and non-attorneys alike. It appears many non-attorneys have little to no regulation for their advertisements and they can place unsupportable statements like “most successful”, “experts” and “most experienced” on their websites. For example, when considering Quikaid, Allsup, Binder & Binder and...
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Comments Regarding the June 2011 Blog

The purpose, in part, of the Blog are the “Buyer Beware” observations on attorneys and non-attorneys alike. It appears many non-attorneys have little to no regulation for their advertisements and they can place unsupportable statements like “most successful”, “experts” and “most experienced” on their websites. For example, when considering Quikaid, Allsup, Binder & Binder and...
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