My mother introduced me to Attorney Croil Anderson over 24 years ago when the SSA told me that my son was no longer disabled after 9 years on Social Security and I had been fighting SSA for around 5 years requesting apeals/reviews for my son's case but they continued to say my son was not eligible he was not disabled (Sean was about 10 then). Attorney Anderson stepped and represented me in court and I still remember what he said to me that is was not that I needed to prove my son was still disabled it was up to the SS to prove my son was not disabled. My son is now 34 years old now and living in an adult family home. I think of Mr. Anderson quite often through the years and what he did for my son. Thank you