Local attorney who will use her knowledge and experience with the Indiana SSA Offices and Judges to win your Social Security Disability Case! Call Sue today for knowledgeable, local, and honest legal representation in Indiana
Our law practice helps people in a wide variety of daily issues, from personal injury cases, social security disability claims, criminal defense cases and divorce and family law issues.
Social Security Disability
The Kozlowski Law Office helps disabled people get benefits from social
security at all levels of the process, from building the initial case to
representing disabled claimants at the appeal hearing stage.
Injury and Car Accident Cases
We have helped numerous injured individuals and their families be made whole
again through many types of personal injury actions.
Divorce and Family Law
Whether it's a simple or complex divorce proceeding, child custody dispute, legal guardianship problem, child support modification or enforcement, or other type of family law issue we can offer assistance and legal guidance.
There is nothing more frightening than facing a criminal charge. Having an
attorney to help guide you and your family through such a situation is extremely important. We can help with all types of criminal charges, from the common misdemeanor DUI case through more serious felony charges.
We also help many people fight traffic tickets and help protect their drivers license (both commercial drivers and standard licenses) from suspension or revocation.
Susan has degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Engineering, and was an executive in a manufacturing concern for many years prior to starting her law practice
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