How I run my Social Security disability law office to best help my clients. I take immense pride in representing my clients in the way that I would want to be represented. My standards are high, and I believe my clients benefit from that.  I am constantly comparing my business practices not only with other law offices, but with other businesses that provide services. I am regularly surprised at how some businesses are run and how they stay in business. Recently I had a delivery scheduled for my home where no one ever showed up or even called. I then immediately thought about what would happen if I did that in my business. I believe this is unacceptable, and I strive to run my business in such a way that this would never happen. In this blog, I will discuss some of the things I concentrate on to ensure my clients receive the legal representation they deserve.

It is important to me that I run a business I can be proud of. People have asked me how much time I spend running my business. My typical response is to ask whether I should include the time when I wake up early in the morning at 3 a.m. wondering how I can make my law practice better. It is important to me that I give my clients the best chance of winning their cases. This starts with the initial client contact and follows through all the way to the resolution of the case. Every case is different and may require a different course of action. At the end of the day, I feel fortunate to have a position where I can help my clients get the disability benefits that they deserve.