Q: Do I need to hire an attorney?
A: The laws in these areas are becoming more complex each year. Success in a case often depends on the correct interpretation of medical evidence. An attorney can explain and simplify the evidence and the law. Hiring an attorney can remove some of the stress of dealing with a system or with an insurance company, while you are focusing on getting well.
Q: How do I hire an attorney, if I have no money to do so?
A: Dale C. Johnson works on a contingency basis, not by the hour. This means he will be paid a set percentage of the benefits he gets for you. In other words, he is the one taking a chance that his work efforts will lead to a good result for you and that he will be paid for his work out of those results.