The Profitability of Social Security Law

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As many disability attorneys and advocates have noticed that the potential profitability of Social Security Law has been decreasing over the years, eGenerationMarketing has done a case study to uncover what could be causing the decrease.

Many disability attorneys and advocates have noticed that the cash flow generated by disability cases in 2014 has decreased compared to past years. eGenerationMarketing, Inc. has done a case study to analyze what could be causing the decrease in profitability. eGenerationMarketing (http://www.egenerationmarketing.com) is a legal lead generation firm that helps Social Security Disability attorneys and advocates acquire more disability cases.

In our analysis, we looked at not only the hearing approval rates, but also the volume of disability applications being submitted, the rate at which decisions are being made and how the Social Security Administration (SSA) has adjusted the staffing over the years. While the national hearing approval rate has undoubtedly decreased, cash flow has also been affected by the fact that the SSA decreased the number of administrative law judges (ALJs), causing the rate at which decisions are being made to drop. Thus, a part of the decrease in cash flow could be attributed to the the fact that there are more pending hearings than previous years and those profits should be realized in future years.

For an in depth analysis of the profitability of Social Security Disability law, visit: http://www.egenerationmarketing.com/blog/social-security-law-profitability-2014 or contact support(at)egenerationmarketing(dot)com.

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