Sean Kavanagh has successfully represented thousands of clients in Social Security Disability, supplemental security income (SSI), and workers’ compensation claims. He has extensive experience handling Social Security appeals at the Federal District Court level and has argued successfully before the Virginia Court of Appeals. Mr. Kavanagh’s thorough preparation and mastery of the law is grounded in two decades of practice to assure our clients that they are receiving outstanding representation in the courtroom.
Mr. Kavanagh is a member of the National Organization of Social Security Claimant’s Representatives and the Virginia Trial Lawyers Workers’ Compensation and Social Security section. He has taught continuing legal education courses and has been invited to speak before various organizations on the subjects of Social Security Disability and SSI benefits. Mr. Kavanagh is also licensed to practice in West Virginia and Pennsylvania.
Sean Kavanagh attended undergraduate school at the College of William & Mary. Mr. Kavanagh attended William and Mary on an athletic scholarship and was an NCAA Division I wrestler. He received his law degree from the University of Baltimore, where he graduated with honors in 1991.
Mr. Kavanagh, who lives in Hanover County Virginia, helps cultivate his community’s young people by coaching youth ice hockey and baseball teams. He also enjoys working in his woodshop, vegetable gardening and visits to the beach with his wife Jennifer and their two children.
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