If you were denied disability benefits, you need the Law Offices of George Andre Fields. Mr. Fields fights for claimants denied long term disability benefits by an insurance company or the Social Security Administration.
Mr. Fields has represented disabled clients in Washington, Oregon and California. Our downtown Seattle office is located at 1700 7th Ave., Suite 2100, Seattle, 98101, on the corner of Seventh and Stewart, adjacent to the federal court house.
As a solo practitioner, he is able to respond to your concerns personally and professionally. Most disability cases are handled on a contingency fee basis (costs only).
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, U.S. District & State Courts of Washington , U. S. District & State Courts of Oregon (inactive) & U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims
Selected Court Cases:
Hartmark v. Colvin, (W.D. Wash.July 29, 2013) (Vietnam veteran PTSD)
Lagois v. Astrue, 2012 WL 3887099, W.D.Wash., July 16, 2012 (NO. C11-1465-JCC-BAT) (degenerative disk disease, incontinence)
Tyson v. Astrue, 2012 WL 2564842, W.D.Wash., June 28, 2012 (mental retardation)
Cosgrove v. Astrue, 2012 WL 1161687, W.D.Wash., April 06, 2012 (NO. C11-885-JLR) (traumatic brain injury, dementia)
Hanna v. Astrue, 2012 WL 966000, W.D.Wash., March 21, 2012 (NO. C11-0863-JCC) (cerebral vascular disease)
Carroll v. Astrue, 2011 WL 5335563, W.D.Wash., Nov. 07, 2011 (NO. 11-CV-05607 RJB) (constitutional due process)
Spytek v. Astrue, 2010 WL 3584546, W.D. Wash., September 10, 2010 (NO. C09-1687-RSM) (constitutional due process)
Carlstrom v. Hanline, 98 Wn. App. 780, 990 P.2d 986 (2000) (landlord/tenant wrongful eviction)
Helser v. Apfel, 185 F.3d 867, 1999 WL 395128 (C.A.9 (Wash.) (unpublished) (mental impairments)
Bowman v. Callahan, 124 F.3d 210 (9th Cir. 1997)(unpublished); Bowman v. Commissioner SSA, 2001 WL 215790, D. Or., February 23, 2001 (NO. CIV. 99-1311-JO) (multiple sclerosis)
Mr. Fields is a recognized member of the National Organization of Social Security Claimants Representatives (NOSSCR) and has practiced disability law since 1992. Please note that the Supreme Court of Washington does not recognize certification of specialties in the practice of law and that any certificate, award, or recognition is not a requirement to practice law in the state of Washington.