Disability Justice Celebrates One Year of Nationwide Advocacy for Disabled Workers

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Disability Justice is honored to have helped tens of thousands of Americans secure their Social Security disability benefits nationwide.

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Our unique team system allows clients from San Bernardino, California to Syracuse, New York to feel as though they hired someone in their hometown

One year ago, Disability Justice launched as a nationwide Social Security disability advocacy group. Disability Justice is honored to have helped tens of thousands of Americans secure their benefits nationwide.

The advocacy group continues to defend clients’ rights daily and remains politically active to protect Social Security disability. Its team has grown with five new attorneys and three new office locations so that it can better serve its clients, wherever they might be located.

Disability Justice’s team-driven approach is what sets the group apart.

“Our unique team system allows clients from San Bernardino, California to Syracuse, New York to feel as though they hired someone in their hometown,” Partner Tom Giordano, Jr. said. “Once clients are assigned an attorney and a team, they are with them from the initial application to the hearing before a judge. Our staff is expertly trained to not only be at the forefront of the law, but to advocate for our clients with passion and empathy.”

As Disability Justice enters 2016, the focus will be on constantly improving its client experience as it continues to expand its reach.

“2016 is the year of the client experience,” Giordano said. “We will do everything we can to enhance our clients’ experience through the Social Security disability process.”

Disability Justice thanks all its clients and referral partners for their steadfast trust. The group looks forward to continued growth and service in 2016.

Disability Justice, LLC is a nationwide Social Security disability advocacy group that helps clients appeal and apply for Social Security disability. It has assisted more than 85,000 Americans in all 50 states and Puerto Rico.

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