Ms. Debra L. Hauser

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Biography

Debra Hauser is a Senior Supervisory Attorney with our law firm and has a passion for representing federal employees with their work-related problems. Ms. Hauser holds a Masters Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies and is a graduate of Texas Wesleyan University School of Law where she was a Co-founder and Officer of the International Law Society. Debra also served as a Volunteer for the Texas Wesleyan Law Camp giving young boys and girls the opportunity to learn about the field of law. She interned with a Personal Injury Firm in Dallas prior to joining the Devadoss Law Firm. Ms. Hauser focuses her practice on Transactional and Administrative Law with an emphasis in Federal Worker's Compensation and OPM Disability Retirement. She has represented hundreds of federal employees in their Federal Worker's Compensation cases across the country and has overturned multiple denial decisions both at the District Office and Board levels. Ms. Hauser not only has a high record of success handling Federal Worker's Compensation Claims but has also received numerous favorable decisions on OPM Disability Retirement Claims as well. In her position as the firm's Senior Supervisory Attorney, Ms. Hauser also manages and supervises all of the attorneys that handle Federal Worker's Compensation and OPM Disability Retirement cases for the firm.

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
202-888-4895  Phone
www.fedemploymentlaw.com
Law School Attended:
Texas Wesleyan University, J.D., 2010
Year of First Admission:
2010
Admission:
2010, Texas
ISLN:
924878495
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