Saturday, October 04, 2008
I am pleased to announce, that in August 2008 I have hired a new experience Social Security Disability lawyer to my law firm of Kazmierczak & Kazmierczak, LLP.. Darren T. Suelto, Esq. will be working for our firm on Social Security Disability cases and long-term disability cases. Darren has eight years of experience in Social Security law and trial advocacy. He is a Brooklyn Law school graduate and was admitted to the New York bar in the year 2000. He also has a Masters degree in Business Administration which he received from Baruch College. At Kazmierczak & Kazmierczak we believe in hiring experienced Social Security Disability lawyers and Darren more than fits that bill. Mr. Suelto grew up in New York City and now lives in New Jersey. When not reviewing or developing cases, Darren likes music and cinema as well as traveling with his wife, Maila. Darren's experience and knowledge in Social Security disability law will not only benefit our firm but he will also contribute articles to this blog and my informational website on Social Security disability law. His articles should bring a fresh insight and contribution to my Web publications that are devoted to helping people understand Social Security disability law to give themselves the knowledge they need to help them in their pursuit of disability benefits.
Tuesday, September 30, 2008
This past weekend I attended the NOVA conference. As usual, the conference was very informative and many topics were covered. One of the most interesting aspects of this conference was that they actually had a real case presented before the court of veterans claims. NOVA's membership has grown quite a bit, in fact, it has tripled since the first conference I attended. This is good news for the veterans as it appears more lawyers and representatives are taking the time and effort to learn how to become better advocates and representing veterans before the veterans administration. Most of the new lawyers at the conference that I met were primarily Social Security disability attorneys and workers compensation lawyers. It appears that more and more lawyers are getting involved in this field which should make it easier for veterans to find help with their claims. Conferences like this should make the transition from other fields of law into veterans law much easier. I want to thank all of the speakers at the conference for the exceptional job they did in sharing their knowledge and expertise for the benefit of veterans and the lawyers who want to help veterans. For more information on VA disability you can visit my website on the subject which will soon be updated to include more content.