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Posted by Michael
Mr. Mitchell represented me in my disability case. The case seemed difficult to me, and he did not mince words regarding the complexity of what I was trying to legally prove. Despite that, his expertise and ability to empathize with me as a person, rather than an impersonal client was fantastic.
Mr. Mitchell was able to help me prove that I was disabled. He took a great amount of his own time to explain the details of the legal system to me. It can often look like a minefield to someone not familiar with it. Mr. Mitchell was honest and reassuring (even to my mother, who was a nervous wreck).
While my case was proceeding, even if I was in a hospital, Mr. Mitchell did not send an assistant to talk to me, he made the trip and talked to me in person. If I called him, I did not have to leave messages or talk to people I had not dealt with. He was the one who returned my calls and gave me concise, timely, and accurate answers. He knows his profession.
Years after my case was decided, I was in need of some of the records relevant to my case. He was not only able to tell me where and if I would be able to access this information, but if not, what I could do to remedy the situation. He was still as reassuring and honest as he ever has been.
I have nothing but the highest praise for Mr. Mitchell as an attorney, I have never encountered another who would both fight for my legal status as a disabled person so aggressively and comfort my mother in the same hour.
Posted by anonymous
Attorney Zenford A. Mitchell handled my Social Security Disability Case and won my case for me. He aggressively represented me, helped me and was compassionate to my circumstances. He was fair, honest and straight forward with me. He told me the truth about my case and represented me with integrity. I was not charged a fee until it was approved by the Social Security Administration. He was worth it. I am thankful for what he did for me. I highly recommend him.
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