|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Top Lawyers||Washingtonian Magazine||2004|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Maryland Trial Lawyers Association, Disability Benefits Law Section||Founding Co-chair||N/A|
|American Trial Lawyers Association, Social Security Disability Section||Executive Committee||N/A|
|American Trial Lawyers Association, Social Security Disability Section||Chair||2003 - 2004|
|Vol. 13. No. 10/11 MWELA Monthly Newsletter||Disability Benefits Programs Summary||2003|
|ATLA Social Security Disability Law Section Newsletter, Vol. 5, No. 1||Update on Judicial Review and Additional Evidence at the Appeals Council||2002|
|ATLA Social Security Disability Law Section Newsletter, Vol. 5, No. 1||laimant has the Burden of Proof to Show That Drug Abuse or Alcoholism is Not Material to The Finding of Disability||2002|
|ATLA Social Security Disability Law Section Newsletter, Vol. 5, No. 1||Interplay of Social Security Disability and Long Term Disability: Application Timelines||2002|
|ATLA Social Security Disability Law Section, Vol. 4, No. 2||Proving the Onset of Disability in Social Security Disability Claims||2001|
|The Law Clerk||Building the Record Before the Appeals Council in Social Security Disability Cases||2000|
|45 M iss. L.J. 43||Effective Counsel for Persons Facing Civil Commitment: A Survey, A Polemic, and A Proposal||1974|
|University of Michigan Law School||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1973|
|Stanford University||Economics||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1970|
|NOSSCR Seminar||Vocational Experts Are Your Friends||2007|
|NOSSCR Seminar||Disability Retirement Benefits for Federal Employees and Postal Workers: An Overview||2007|
|MTLA Young Lawyers Seminar||Pre-Litigation Handling of Personal Injury Cases: Case Selection, Investigation, and Settlement||2003|
|NOSSCR Seminar||Federal Disability Retirement Benefits: The Nuts And Bolts Of Representing Clients On Claims For Federal Disability Retirement Benefits||2002|
|ATLA 2001 Annual Convention||Work After Disability||2001|
|NOSSCR Social Security Disability Law Conference||Interplay of Social Security Disability and Long Term Disability||N/A|
Posted by Chuck
Elliott and his staff won my case!
Thank you again for all your help with my case. Elliott and his staff were outstanding to work with during this trying time for me and my family.
I have a number of physical issues that hit me all around the same time, as well as complications from one of my four surgeries I had within a four month period of time. I quickly exhausted all my sick and annual leave, leave donated to me, and also had been on three months of leave without pay.
I was a U.S. Air Force program manager with a heavy workload. My team covered for me while I was out of the office and did a great job, but someone needed to be in my position doing the job on a daily basis.
After learning that my primary care doctor, surgeon, and civilian doctor on base would support my disability claim, I did a search on-line, found, and contacted Andalman & Flynn.
Elliott and his staff were very understanding and supportive through the entire process. It was a trying time for my family and
me to include the financial strain of missing so much work without pay. My health issues and financial burden created a lot of stress for my family and me. Elliott and his team were always available to answer questions, and even just talk when I needed them. I never waited longer than 24 hours for an email response or a returned call.
Elliott and his team let me know every step of the FERS disability retirement application process and gave me an approximate time-line of the process from beginning to end. My case took approximately 10 months from start to finish. Understanding all cases are different and that some are decided in a shorter time or longer. My case was about the average time it takes to complete.
Again, Elliott and his team were all over my case and even though this was a stressful time with all my health issues, I was at peace knowing they were always there for my family and me.
My wife and I both appreciate the outstanding service, empathy, and support Elliott and his team displayed toward my family and me during this process.
I thank Elliott and his team again for all they have done for my family and me, and I highly recommend Andalman & Flynn to anyone looking for an outstanding and experienced firm in the field of disability law. Thank you Elliott!
Posted by Alan
Hired Elliott for his legal experience with Federal Disability Retirement (FDR) claims, after researching OPM's application process.
My initial consultation with Elliott and his paralegal Zubaidah exceeded expectations. The FDR process involves multi-agency forms, evaluations and approval. Intimidating, overwhelming and confusing. Elliott and Zubaidah put me at ease; they would manage every legal step of the FDR labyrinth. No smoke and mirrors.
Never had a warm and fuzzy with the legal profession, but Elliott is human. Empathetic, yet no nonsense. Zubaidah communicated with me on every step of the process. Smart, knowledgable and supportive.
My FDR claim was approved with the initial submission to OPM.
Posted by anonymous
Attorney Elliott Andalman won my SSDI claim. Elliott is very professional, experienced and extremely knowledgable in the SSDI arena. He will guide and help you get the needed medical, functional and vocational evidence you need to win. He is a compassionate and genuine person as well. I would highly recommend him should you become sick, injured and unable to work due to your medical conditions.
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