Drew L. Johnson, P.C.

Over 3000 Social Security Disability Hearings - Over 38 Years Experience in Oregon Social Security Law - Free Social Security Disability Consultation & Case Review - Maximizing The Amount of Disability benefits

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Firm Overview

The Oregon law firm of Drew L. Johnson, P.C., provides quality, experienced legal services to Oregonians regarding Social Security disability and other social security matters. Drew had successfully started the firm of Johnson, Cram & McKeever in 1980 (now known as Harder, Wells, Baron & Manning).

In 2000 Drew left as a senior partner to form his present Oregon social security law firm in order to focus exclusively on Social Security disability and provide his clients with more personal and responsive representation. He has offices in Eugene for Eugene Springfield residents and an office in Albany.

Drew limits his practice to Social Security disability where he has represented claimants in over 3000 hearings. He is a regular speaker at meetings and groups regarding Social Security Disability, and a sustaining member of the National Organization of Social Security Claimants' Representatives. Drew has successfully represented Social Security disability claimants for over 38 years before the Social Security Administration, the United States District Court, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Main Office

Drew L. Johnson, P.C.
1700 Valley River Drive
Eugene  OR  97401

Phone
  • (541) 434-6466
Fax
  • (541) 434-6366

Other Offices

  • Drew L. Johnson, P.C.
    1335 Dale Street
    Alabany,  OR  97321
Social Security Disability
- Over 3000 Social Security Disability Hearings
- Over 38 Years Experience in Oregon Social Security Law
- Free Social Security Disability Consultation & Case Review
- Maximizing The Amount of Disability benefits
The Oregon law firm of Drew L. Johnson, P.C., provides quality, experienced legal services to Oregonians regarding Social Security disability and other social security matters. Drew had successfully started the firm of Johnson, Cram & McKeever in 1980 (now known as Harder, Wells, Baron & Manning).

In 2000 Drew left as a senior partner to form his present Oregon social security law firm in order to focus exclusively on Social Security disability and provide his clients with more personal and responsive representation. He has offices in Eugene for Eugene Springfield residents and an office in Albany.

Drew limits his practice to Social Security disability where he has represented claimants in over 2500 hearings. He is a regular speaker at meetings and groups regarding Social Security Disability, and a sustaining member of the National Organization of Social Security Claimants' Representatives. Drew has successfully represented Social Security disability claimants for over 38 years before the Social Security Administration, the United States District Court, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.

Drew Johnson

Drew graduated from the University of Oregon in 1972, and the University of Oregon School of Law in 1975 where he was on the staff of the Oregon Law Review. He is an attorney in private practice and has successfully represented Social Security disability claimants for over 38 years before the Social Security Administration, the United States District Court, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.

Drew's practice is limited to Social Security disability where he has represented claimants in over 3000 hearings. He is a regular speaker at meetings and groups regarding Oregon Social Security Law.

Drew is a sustaining member of the National Organization of Social Security Claimants' Representatives.


License
  • Bar Number: 752000
    Oregon , 1975
Education
  • University of Oregon School of Law
    Doctor of Jurisprudence , 1975

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