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NH Social Security Lawyers
A Guide to Selected Social Security & Disability Representatives Online in New Hampshire

Concord - Peter Marsh
Manchester - Manning & Zimmerman


Of Interest:
Right of Representation
Permitted Fees for Representation (Attorneys) in Proceedings Before a Court



IMPORTANT

Your selection of a Social Security Representative may be critically important to your case and whether you receive the benefits to which you are entitled. Strategies and styles can vary widely and could potentially affect the outcome. Your representative's experience, intuition, connections and knowledge might make a big difference.

When seeking a Social Security Representative, we recommend that you try finding someone belonging to professional associations such as the National Organization of Social Security Claimant's Representatives, or the National Association of Disability Representatives or is a certified Social Security Disability Attorney by the National Board of Legal Specialty Certification. Such lawyers must pass all the requirements of the National Board of Social Security Disability Advocacy. "To become a certified Social Security Disability Attorney, a lawyer must pass all the requirements of the National Board of Social Security Disability Advocacy... (and) be in 'good standing' with a 'period of practice' in the area. They must also show 'substantial involvement' in the practice of Social Security Disability law."

We recommend that you read the following article:
Social Security Disability: What Every Lawyer Should Know

One last thought: Attorneys rate each other. To see how (his) peers have ranked your prospective attorney, consult Martindale-Hubbell and to interpret the information see their explanation page.

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