After serving in the U.S. Navy for four years, I decided to join my family in Florida and have been practicing law here ever since. To this day, one of my favorite things about my job is getting to know my clients and helping them find solutions that work for them.
Your situation may be stressful, even overwhelming, but my mission is to help you get the benefits you need and to put your mind at ease between now and then. For starters, I offer free initial consultations because, frankly, you have enough weighing on your mind as it is and shouldn’t have to add a consulting fee to that list. Additionally, I make a point of ensuring that you are fully aware of your rights and options from the moment we meet through to the end of your case. You will never be left in the dark.
Throughout our time working together, I will keep my phone close by so that, whenever you have a question or concern, I will be able to respond promptly. Likewise, I will regularly check in with you to make sure we are staying on track with our legal plan. I find that this direct communication system can not only reduce a client’s anxiety, but it also helps to keep us on the same page.
Whether a client reaches out to me directly or is referred by another legal professional, my priority is the same: providing them with the best service possible. Join my professional network so that we can ensure our clients always get the legal support they need.
Disability law can be complex and overly stressful, which is why I always strive to simplify things for my clients in any way I can. So allow me to say this plainly: I want to see you get the benefits you need, and I want to make the process as easy as possible for you and your loved ones.
To get things moving, the first thing you need to do is get your questions answered. You can learn a great deal through research, but if Google isn’t giving you all the information you need, please don’t hesitate to reach out. I am more than happy to sit down with you, talk about your situation, clearly explain your options, and determine where we should go from there.
I am knowledgeable about Florida law, and you are the expert on your current situation. Together, we can put together a strong case as long as we communicate and work as a team. For my part, I will focus on being thoroughly prepared and making sure you are informed and ready for each step in the application process. All I ask of you is to answer my questions honestly, consider my advice carefully, and let me know if something is ever unclear.
If your SSDI or SSI application is denied, that does not mean that we will give up in our pursuit. If you should rightfully receive disability benefits, I am prepared to go the extra mile to show that to the court.