At this point, it is clear to see why having an experienced SSDI attorney retained is a smart decision that
can not only increase the chances of success in Social Security cases, but also make sure that the
courts follow through with a claimant’s favorable decision.

Federal judges have complained of legal errors, inaccurate assessments of whether claimants can work,
failures to consider medical evidence and factual mistakes, according to court rulings and Social
Security’s own data. The scathing opinions have come from district and appellate court judges across the

political spectrum, from conservatives appointed by President Ronald Reagan to liberal appointees of
President Barack Obama.