6661 N. Glenwood Street
Garden City ID 83714
Each attorney in our practice chose to help with disability claims because we care about people. We enjoy the fulfillment that comes with assisting another person in need. We enjoy the interaction that Social Security Disability and Veterans' claims provide. There are so many areas of law to choose from, but we each wanted to practice in an area where we can make a real contribution for our clients. With disability law, we know we can make a significant difference, and most importantly, we are helping those who need help the most.
Because of our choice to remain a local law firm, Irish Bernhardt provides a unique opportunity that is becoming harder and harder to find. We don't want to represent our clients over the phone or through the mail. We want to meet our clients and we want our clients to meet us. We firmly believe that we will better succeed with our disability cases when we have had the opportunity to speak face to face with each client and we truly understand the difficulties they face. Often a case will turn on specific details that can't always be detected from a simple reading of the medical records. Sitting down and talking with our clients gives us the chance to learn more about the details that are going to matter.
For our clients, we believe it makes a tremendous difference when they know who we are and how we work. We want our clients to know that we care about their well-being and that we are here to help as best we can. The appeals process can be grueling, either with Social Security or with the Veterans' Administration. Our clients need to know that we are here to support them through the entire process.
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