The Eric C. Conn Law Firm Announces New Office Location in Beverly Hills, CA, Expanding Their Social Security Disability Claims Expertise to Both Coasts
STANVILLE, Ky., Oct. 22, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The Eric C. Conn Law Firm is issuing this news release to talk about the new California office. Eric C Conn has opened a new office to handle Social Security disability claims in Beverly Hills, California.
The opening of this new office will allow the Eric C. Conn Law Firm to represent Social Security disability clients nationwide. Now, with the Kentucky office and the California office, the Eric C. Conn Law Firm can go anywhere in the United States to represent Social Security disability claimants. Social Security disability is a federal system and this allows a lawyer licensed in one state to handle Social Security disability claims throughout the country.
Recently, there have been suggestions made in the news that the government should have their own lawyer at the Social Security disability hearings. This would create an adversarial system against claimants. The Social Security disability hearings process was never meant to be adversarial. However, if the government does send lawyers to Social Security disability hearings claimants will require more than ever the professional representation of a licensed attorney. The Eric C. Conn Law Firm believes that the Social Security disability knowledge and experience they have make them an excellent choice for representation of claimants.
The California office has already had great success. This office allows the Eric C. Conn Law Firm to improve representation of claimants on both coasts. The Eric C. Conn Law Firm believes that now, more than ever, due to recent suggestions about Social Security disability, all of which are anti-claimant, that quality representation being available on both coasts can only serve claimants nationwide.
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