For the last twenty-three years, Ms. Comerford has concentrated her law practice in the area of Disability law, with an emphasis on ERISA and individual long term disability insurance, Social Security Disability and State Government Disability Pensions. She spent many years litigating personal injury and other civil cases before narrowing her concentration to disability law. Ms. Comerford is the founding Chair and remains Co-Chair of the Social Security Committee for the Bergen County Bar Association where she also serves as Co-Chair of the Continuing Legal Education Committee. She has served on numerous Bergen County Bar committees including Judicial Selection, and Professionalism in the Law; and was named as a delegate to the New Jersey Bar Association, and remains a member of the NJ Bar Association Civil Trial Section.
She is a sustaining member of the National Organization of Social Security Claimant's Representatives and has been a sustaining member of the American Association for Justice. She has also been a member of the New Jersey Trial Lawyers Association. She is a member of the American Bar Association, the New Jersey Bar Association, the Bergen and Passaic County Bar Associations, the Garden State Bar Association and Women Lawyers in Bergen County.
She has lectured extensively and written papers on the topics of ERISA and individual long term disability insurance, and social security disability law over her career for the American Bar Association, the New Jersey Bar Association, the Bergen County Bar Association, the (National) American Trial Lawyers Association, the National Organization of Social Security Claimants Representatives, the American Association of Law Schools, Fordham University Law School Legal Services Clinic, the New York Bar Association Continuing Legal Education at Pace Law School, The Bergen County Medical Society, as well as numerous disability organizations in New Jersey and elsewhere around the country.
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