We understand that physical or psychological disability derails lives and destroys families. The successful disability representative understands that each case is not just a collection of medical/vocational facts and figures, but is a critical chapter in the claimant’s life story. Thus, to win a case and gain the client substantial financial and medical benefits, a disability representative must not only have full knowledge of the federal disability laws, the relevant vocational rulings and the entire adjudicative process, he must pay close attention to every medical and vocational detail of the client’s life so he can present the client’s story honestly, factually and compellingly. Tracy M. Cooke, CDRP, understands that every client is a person, not just a case number. And he has built a distinctive and extremely successful Social Security disability practice based on that premise.