Is a metaphor to describe an ugly truth underlying a complicated problem. The ugly truth about lawyers is not all lawyers care in the way they should about their clients. This is especially true in the Social Security disability realm where lawyers think they can handle a case because they get the medical issues. Disability cases are about people's stories with the medical proof to prove it. It takes time and the ability to emphathize to handle these cases. Saying you handle these cases isn't enough.