Jim has been representing me through my Social Security Disability adventure for 6 years. I knew my case would not be easy because of my disabilities. I contacted Jim after I initially applied for SSDI. My SSDI case was denied the first time through. Unfortunately, the Rheumatologist I had been seeing for 17 years kept horrible records, barely recording any medical history. After reviewing them, Jim knew this was going to be an uphill battle, but battle on he did. Jim filed an appeal on my behalf and I finally had my day in court. Fibro fog, memory issues and pain are difficult cases to present, but Jim did a great job. I was awarded a partially favorable decision, meaning I would receive SSDI payments. However, I did not agree with the date of disability onset determined by the judge. So, Jim filed an appeal on my behalf to amend the judge’s decision of date of disability onset. It took two years, but I did have my second day in court. Jim presented my case in a passionate and professional way. He has gone above and beyond what I believe a lot of attorneys would have done. Through all six years, Jim has always been accessible, returned e-mails and phone calls in a timely manner. He communicated with me every step of the way. He’s been patient and kind, listening to my concerns and calming my fears. Jim has kept a positive and upbeat attitude through this process. He’s given me fantastic representation and I couldn’t have asked for a better attorney to be with me on this journey. I’d highly recommend Jim to anybody who’s applying for SSDI. He’s got the knowledge, experience and patience to navigate the extremely complicated and muddy waters of the Social Security Disability system.
Retroactive pay regarding the failure to account for all the veteran’s medical conditions.
Military Sexual Trauma case
Disability associated with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Retroactive pay regarding a PTSD misdiagnosis.
PTSD resulting in Unemployability
Traumatic brain injury case
Wrongfully denied SSA claim
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
Non-presumptive cardiac impairment linked to Agent Orange
Agent Orange exposure case that led to Parkison’s disease.
ERISA long term disability benefits.
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