Our disability law firm is proud of its dedicated staff of long term disability lawyers and paralegals. Teams are stronger than individuals, so we operate as a team when we represent you. We are extremely proud of our team, and believe you also will be impressed with the results we can provide.
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Scott M. Riemer has continually distinguished himself as one of the country’s premier ERISA and long term disability lawyers for more than 25 years.
Jennifer has practiced in all areas of long term disability claims, appeals and litigation since joining Riemer & Associates in 2016.
Matthew brings his wealth of litigation experience to bear on behalf of the disabled against unscrupulous insurance companies.
Robert Ungaro is A founding partner in Ungaro & Cifuni which, represents three NYPD Unions. Robert has successfully represented clients in well over 4000 matters, many of which concerned NYC police officers and firefighters injured in the performance of duty.
Eric Buchanan is founding partner of the firm of Eric Buchanan and Associates, PLLC, a firm that represents disabled people in claims for disability insurance and Social Security Disability.
Troy G. Rosasco is Social Security Disability Co-Counsel to the Riemer Hess.
What I like best about my job: Being able to make a difference in the lives of very vulnerable and disabled clients.
What I like best about my job: The clients (though that’s not to say I don’t love my amazing colleagues).
What I like best about my job: As a disability paralegal I provide direct and indirect services to people in need. I enjoy direct contact with clients and ultimately providing them with an opportunity to maintain and/or establish financial security during difficult stages in their life.
What I like best about my job: I'm happy to work for a firm that helps make the complicated process of receiving long term disability benefits easier for our clients. That way they can stress less and focus more on the most important thing--their health.