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San Francisco County, CA Employee benefits lawyers (105 attorneys, 16 reviews)

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  • San Francisco County Employee benefits Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 10  
    Licensed
    Review: “Scott has been my attorney for over 20 years. I am permanently disabled, and he knew exactly what to do to win benefits for me in a complex ERISA case. I've been fortunate to have him as my legal representative ever s...
  • San Francisco County Employee benefits Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 10  
    Licensed
    Review: “I interviewed and hired Brian Kim early in my illness when the company fought paying the short term disability policy. Brian continued representing me as we had similar difficulties with the LTD policy. The entire staf...
  • San Francisco County Employee benefits Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 10  
    Licensed
    Review: “Teresa is the best of the best. We were lucky enough to have Teresa represent us in two cases. Both cases dealt with insurance companies. Teresa was absolutely outstanding in both situations. The first case was a ...
  • San Francisco County Employee benefits Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 9.8  
    Licensed
    In addition to my commitment to the practice of law on behalf of employees, plan participants and beneficiaries, and insurance policy holders, I have a number of hobbies. I have been a musician since age five, I am a lousy but enthusiastic basketb...
  • San Francisco County Employee benefits Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 10  
    Licensed
    I represent individual clients with claims for all types of employee benefits and assist employees with transitions in and out of jobs. I have experience with many kinds of claims for benefits, including disability, pension, life and accident, and...
  • San Francisco County Employee benefits Attorney
    Licensed
    Review: “Very honest explaining my position in this case. Always ready to review with me when we would meet and discuss the results afterwards.”