Northern Ohio Social Security Disability Law Firm Offers Video Teleconferencing

Roose & Ressler Provides Clients Convenient Video Hearings in Their Lorain, Wooster Offices

Lorain, OH – October 24, 2017 – The need to travel to downtown Cleveland or downtown Akron for a Social Security Disability hearing may be a thing of past. Social Security disability law firm Roose & Ressler offers state of the art video teleconferencing at its offices in Lorain and Wooster, bringing hearings and reviews much closer and much more convenient for residents of Lorain and Wayne Counties, as well as residents of those surrounding areas.

“We pride ourselves on being a very personal and also a very local law firm, and accessibility is a big issue for us,” Roose & Ressler attorney Jon Ressler says. “This technology gives our clients the option to appear for their hearing at our nearby local offices instead of traveling a much more significant distance to appear at the Offices of Disability Adjudication and Review in either Cleveland or Akron. This saves our clients time and money, and they’re able to have their hearing in familiar surroundings with attorneys that care about their claim.”

Ressler further explained that often times, claimants have difficulty finding the unfamiliar location of a hearing downtown, and that many are not able to drive themselves, further exacerbating the burden on families. With the Social Security approved, attorney-owned video teleconferencing, Roose & Ressler clients have easy, close and free parking at the familiar attorney offices.

“It’s just another advantage of having that personal touch, from a local attorney,” Ressler added.


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