"Firing" Your Social Security Disability Representative Is Your Right - But Is It Wise?
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Sometimes a claimant is really disappointed in her choice of appointed representative before the SSA, in her disability case. She wants to change up. There could be great reason, or not necessarily. This short video explains a claimant's unilateral right to terminate the appointment, but more importantly, explains some of the repercussions and how jumping ship may not be the best choice - particularly if a claimant is hoping to get a replacement attorney.
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