Schneider, Kerr & Robichaux
There are few guarantees in life. No one can promise an outcome in a Social Security case. There are some factors that help your chances significantly. It helps to:
Be 50 years old as of the date you became disabled;
Have strong evidence of your physical and mental health conditions and limitations;
Have a strong work history and/or well-documented attempts to work despite your conditions and limitations.
Our best advice is to start thinking instead about how you can maximize your chances of winning your case. Even if all of the factors above weigh in your favor, there are ways your case can go wrong. Plus, we win all types of cases, including those for younger clients who’ve never been able to work and have had limited access to health care.