Our attorneys have over 75 years of combined experience focused on Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income for adults, widows, widowers and children.
Our team of dedicated professionals includes former Disability Determinations counselors who can file your initial application for you. Our attorneys' dedication and know-how have helped build our reputation for excellence in representing people at Social Security hearings in front of Administrative Law Judges, the Appeals Council and the Federal courts.
Jeffrey Bunten also represents United States Veterans and their dependents claiming service-connected disability and pension benefits before the Department of Veteran's Affairs.
Kristen N. Van Fossan represents claimant's who have personal or group disability policies through their employer/private insurance companies for Long and Short Term disability benefits.
Based in downtown St. Louis, we serve individuals throughout Eastern Missouri and Southern Illinois. For more information or to talk to an experienced lawyer, please contact us.
Specific Areas of Practice for our St. Louis office:
5.0/5.0 on 05/21/15 on 05/21/15
Mr. Fox and his associates used my medical records with utmost efficiency to present my case. I was kept aware of the status of my case, and I was approved for full Disab...Read more
1.0/5.0 on 05/18/17 on 05/18/17
Good at start bad at end after 2nd denial the Communication Stoped for months at a time I had received a call on the last day to submit my appeal l not a week before I...Read more
Good at start bad at end after 2nd denial the Communication Stoped for months at a time I had received a call on the last day to submit my appeal l not a week before I told them that I had mailed it out and they told me they never received it ... so why are you calling me on the last day I said no response just asked me to email paperwork this is where it go really fun I told them in exact words that if you dumb fucks don't know how to control alt print screen well they withdrawn from my caseRead less