Don’t Try to Win Your CASE ON YOUR OWN

Construction Worker needs a disability attorney in Champaign

Truth be told, no one is required to hire an attorney for help with a Social Security Disability claim, a Workers’ Comp claim or a Personal Injury case. But, if you choose to do everything by yourself, it will cost you in the long run. For example, the Social Security Administration’s own statistics show you’re more likely to win your disability case when you have representation. And when it comes to Workers’ Comp and Personal Injury cases, the insurance companies would love for you to do everything by yourself – you’ll save them a lot of money!

Using local attorneys, like the ones at Tuggle, Schiro, Lichtenberger & Themer, guarantees you’ll get an actual attorney who will take time to meet with you to go over all aspects of your case.

Our attorneys will meet with you in person or via phone (whichever’s easier for you) to set the best strategy to win your claim or case.

Why is Having an Actual ATTORNEY IMPORTANt?

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An attorney has a law degree with training for complex legal matters, such as administrative law, which is the type of law used by Social Security. An attorney is trained in preparing and presenting evidence, cross-examining witnesses, and in writing complicated legal briefs about your case.

You want an attorney you can trust – someone who will tell you the good and the bad. At Tuggle, Schiro, Lichtenberger & Themer, we’ll be honest with you about your odds of winning your claim or case.

Call the legal team that knows all the rules of Social Security Disability, Workers’ Comp and Personal Injury law. You may think you have an idea, but our lawyers are trained to get you all that you deserve.

contact us today for a FREE evaluation of your case.

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