When you can’t work because of serious health problems, disability benefits can be a lifesaver.
But it’s easy to feel like you’re lost or ignored in the giant government disability systems.
You need someone like Stephanie Dobson, attorney and partner at Horenstein, Nicholson & Blumenthal, to get you through this.
She’s also the only HNB attorney who takes cases in Florida—from our office in St. Petersburg—where we exclusively serve Social Security Disability claimants.
Stephanie understands what her clients are going through. She chose disability law because she has a daughter with disabilities. And she chose to help veterans after serving in the US Air Force for 10 years. Her husband and brother are retired military, and her son is currently on active duty.
Stephanie grew up in a poor family, with parents worried about putting food on the table and keeping the lights on. She says she aims to make a difference for people who are “forgotten and overlooked.”
Stephanie’s a big part of why they say “Helping me, that’s HNB.”Talk to HNB
Both the Social Security Disability and Department of Veterans Affairs disability systems can be overwhelming for people who need benefits.
Both organizations operate their own, separate legal systems to decide disability claims. They involve complicated forms, special judges and multiple opportunities for error.
Stephanie Dobson handles all of this:
You can start with HNB by getting an evaluation of your claim for free.Get My Free Case Review
Attorney Stephanie Dobson, right, helps people like veterans’ disability client Joseph Kendall stay financially afloat after health problems disrupt their lives.
When you need a disability attorney, Stephanie Dobson brings extensive experience and a passion for helping others.
“Their knowledge, dedication and diligence yielded success with my case. If you want professional representation and a firm that will fight for you, I highly recommend you contact Horenstein, Nicholson & Blumenthal.”
“HNB has a wonderful team of passionate attorneys who will work hard for you.”