The review from Karyn E. is so far from my own experience I must tell you that I would not put any faith in what it says. That being said allow me to tell you of my own experience. First of all I used to be a clerk of the court and as such spent many days in court observing quality counselors as well as poor quality. Attorney Hausburg was a very good quality attorney. Just to prepare for my case his office had to contact approx 14 of my doctors as I have a number of illnesses. He had to read through thousands of pages of medical papers of which just one hospital sent over 600 pages. I have been ill all my life but it kept growing, one illness after another until finally work was no long an option. Social Security turned me down twice and I didn't know what to do. I went to Attorney Hausburg whose expertise was immediately apparent. After years of fighting for help and getting turned down because they did not see any one of my conditions as disabling me, but Attorney Hausburg made then finally see that the combination of all my problems together were my disability. Because of him my wife who had been trying all alone to keep our finances together was saved. I got enough to pay off my medical debts, help my wife and start making doctor appointments again for help. His fee was a value. I didn't even pay it out of pocket. He took my case on contingency and only collected the fee as Karyn E. pointed out, paid to him out of my SSD benefits so that in a way I never felt I paid him much at all. He was well worth every cent and I would hire him again in a New York minute. I cannot recommend him strongly enough. In fact I would make one more point. The fact that he had only a month to prepare for Karyn E.'s case and won is remarkable. It is clear to me that she has no idea how much time attorneys spends preparing cases and especially getting ready for court. Her message to me only makes him more commendable not less. Mr. Hausburg, if you are reading this, thank you from my heart and on behalf of my family. If I ever need an attorney for any other social security issues, your are my first selection sir.
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I retained Mr. Hausburg in 2012 to assist me with an appeal to a Social Security judgement against me. I am a disabled Vet and I live in the Sarasota area. I interviewed 4 attorneys before deciding for Mr. Hausburg. Unlike the others I talked with, Mr. Hausburg had a clear understanding of the appeals process, met with me personally to review my case and didn't ask me for a retainer before he would take the matter up. (Asking for upfront fees is prohibited by the Social Security Administration yet 2 of the lawyers I spoke with asked for money anyway) I followed Mr. Hausburg's instructions to the letter and collected all of the information he requested. The appeal was submitted and 5 months later I had won the case with all back benefits. I could not have been happier with Mr. Hausburg and his staff. I cannot account for the negative comments I have read here but can only surmise that the respondents were disappointed in finding out that their cases lacked enough merit to go forward in the process. My own experience was quite satisfactory.
This review undoubtedly was written by an individual whose case I did not take. Our consultations are free and I am very straightforward as to whether I think you have a viable case or not. Sometimes people do not want to hear the truth if their case has little merit. Unless we win a case, neither the client nor myself makes any money so to that extent money is certainly of great concern to both the client and myself. Afterall, that is why these claims are filed -- to obtain monetary benefits. I have been practicing Social Security law for 30 years and I can assess a claim very quickly. I pull no punches and I suppose that can be taken as rude or insensitive, but most people prefer this direct approach when they meet with me.