Using My Experience to Get Results
My interest in law started with a desire to advocate for people. I wanted to be able to delve into their needs and the current issues they are dealing with, and then do my research and advocate on their behalf. To be able to help someone — to truly change their life — that’s what led me to my areas of focus.
Working with a national Social Security Disability advocacy group, I traveled throughout the United States representing clients from Massachusetts to Alaska and was recognized for outstanding client advocacy. This experience has largely impacted the way I practice, and now that I have my own law firm, I am able to implement modern technology that many other firms may not take advantage of. My practice is completely dedicated to the handling of Social Security Disability matters.
Personally Invested in Your Success
When I meet with new clients, I am focused on creating a place where you are comfortable talking to me about things that may feel very personal. When it comes to matters like these, communication is key to building a reliable client-attorney relationship. Knowing this, I make it a priority to return my clients’ calls and making sure I am available when they need me.
I love what I do, and I love being of service to others and helping them. It is what brings me back to the office every day: the people I can help.
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- Massachusetts State Bar, 2014
- U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts, 2021
- Suffolk University Law School, 2014
- University of Vermont, 2011
Professional Associations & Memberships
- National Organization of Social Security Claimants' Representatives (NOSSCR), Member
- National Association of Disability Representatives (NADR), Member