A Buffalo Disability Law Firm with Experience You Can Trust
Living with a disability can be tough. If you are disabled you have enough to worry about. Let us help you fight for the benefits whether Social Security Disability, Veterans Disability, or Workers Compensation that you deserve.
Our experience includes working for the Social Security Administration. That experience included researching and drafting decisions for administrative law judges. As a result we know how the staff, attorneys, and judges decide claims.
Put our combined two decades of legal experience to work for you. While we understand that the disability claims process can be frustrating, we know we can help.
We will not charge a fee unless we are successful in helping you secure benefits.
At Pashler & Devereaux we are a disability law firm in Buffalo committed to providing you the best legal representation possible. We will personally handle every aspect of your claim, from our first meeting through your hearing. No case managers, no administrative assistants, just attorneys whose focus is disability law. We understand working families. We know Western New York. Help is just a phone call away.
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Chris Pashler, along with his wife, Kathleen Devereaux, is a founding partner of Pashler & Devereaux Law Firm. Chris earned his B.A. and J.D. from the University of Iowa. Chris is admitted to practice in New York.
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New York , 2013
University of Iowa College of Law
Kathleen Devereaux, along with her husband Chris Pashler, is a founding partner of the law firm Pashler & Devereaux. Kathleen earned her B.A. from the University of Michigan and her J.D. from Northwestern University. Kathleen is admitted to practice in New York and is a member of the Erie County Bar Association and the National Organization of Veterans
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New York , 2009
Northwestern University College of Law
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