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    Charleston Disability Attorneys Don’t Try to Win Your Case on Your Own

    Whether you have an LTD or Social Security Disability claim, a lawyer can help make a huge difference. If you try to win your case on your own, you’ll most likely hit legal roadblocks that an attorney can see coming.

    But make sure you’re working with a lawyer. There are a lot of individuals and companies that will offer to help you, but they may not actually be licensed attorneys. As a result, they may not be able to handle your case past any of the administrative levels.

    When you need a disability attorney in South Carolina, call Robertson Wendt Disability. Let our team help you get the benefits you deserve.

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    Social Security Disability Social Security Disability Board Certification Can Make a Difference in Your Disability Case

    South Carolina disability attorney Robertson Wendt has been certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy and is one of only three board-certified Social Security Disability specialists in the state.
    South Carolina woman meets with local disability lawyer, Robertson Wendt
    Robertson’s board certification means:
    • He was first certified by the board in 2008 and recertified in 2013.
    • He has practiced disability benefits law for over 30 years and, since 1994, 100% of his law practice has been dedicated to disability benefits cases.
    • He has appeared in thousands of Social Security administrative law judge hearings and has filed hundreds of Appeals Council briefs and federal court appellate briefs.
    • He has attended and taught over 25 hours of continuing legal education seminars on Social Security Disability law each year.
    • He was favorably evaluated by fellow lawyers, judges and experts in Social Security Disability law
    • He passed a day-long written examination on advanced Social Security Disability law.

    There’s no extra cost to choose board-certified Rob Wendt. In fact, you pay no attorney’s fee unless we win your Social Security case*.


    *Almost all Social Security lawyers charge the fee allowed by regulation – 25% of the past-due benefits, payable only if the claim is approved and results in the payment of past-due benefits, not to exceed an amount set by SSA (currently $6,000). Expenses such as the cost of medical records or opinions, filing fees, or expert witness fees will be charged in addition to attorney’s fees, but usually only if the claim is successful. Attorney’s fees of 25% of the past-due benefits for successful appeals to the Appeals Council or federal court are not subject to the $6,000 limit. Fees for representing a former client whose benefits have been terminated usually will be charged at 25% of the amount of the benefits payable from the date of termination through favorable decision.

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