Kay Tracy, Social Security Attorney

My clients are always in great pain, are under extreme financial strain and are overwhelmed by the Social Security process. If this describes you, I can help. Limited solely to Social Security in California.Call:707-439-3346 free consultations.

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This is a botique practice limited exclusively to Social Security Disability Claims. Consultations are always free. There is never an attorneys fee (regardless of the lawyer you choose) unless your claim is approved.

Kay Tracy, Esq.* graduated at the top of her class at the University of Nebraska College of Law in 1985 and practiced first with a private firm representing insurance companies and railroads. Unfortunatley, being a "good lawyer" in that context sometimes meant that injured people (who did not have lawyers quite as good) got less compensation than they may have deserved. It was not particularly fulfillig work. She was a stay-home-mom for a few years. She has 3 children, one with cerebral palsy. They are now 20 (twins - John & Margaret) and 23 (Jack) and doing very well.

She was a prosecutor for about a decade starting in 1998 - which was fulfilling, but the kind of work that leads to burn out - too much domestic abuse, child abuse and violent crimes.

Then, in 2006, she went to work as a Legal Aid Attorney, representing indigent people, who were often physically and mentally ill and always failing financially. She learned how to navigate the Social Security system while at Legal Aid. It then became more than a job - a passion.

She limited her practice exclusively to Social Security cases in California since 2009, first with Richard Whitaker, a recognized expert in the Social Security field, then with Hodson & Mullin, Attorneys (Fairfield & Vacaville CA)

She joyfuly established a solo practice April 1, 2013. Her para-legal, Dee Dee Escheveria, graduated and was certified as a para-legal in December of 2013.

If you are disabled, we can help.

For more information on how the Social Security system works, please see our website www.socialsecurityprofessional.com

*Licensed by the State of Nebraska and 8th Federal Circuit Court of Appeals: 1985; U.S. Supreme Court: 1987
Social Security Law Experience since 2006; Social Security Law Exclusively since 2009. Not Licensed for General Practice by the State of California; Moral Character affirmed by the California State Bar Association in 2010. No other legal advice is given. The foregoing is an advertisement which conforms to the California Code of Professional Responsibility.

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Main Office
724 Texas Street
Suite 204
Fairfield  CA  94533

  • (707) 439-3346
  • 707-307-0778

Kay Tracy

  • Bar Number: 18181
  • Bar Number: No Discipline
    California , 2010

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