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Top Courtland Social Security -- Disability Lawyers - California

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The Law Offices of Smolich & Smolich has been serving injured and disabled people in Northern California since 1969.Our firm’s success has been built on ourgoal of securing the best possible result for every client. We are attorneys who truly care about our clients, their families and loved ones. We have helped thousands of people get the compensation they need to move forward with their...

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Our law firm, Milam Law, in Fresno, California, focuses exclusively in the area of Social Security Disability law. Our attorneys assist clients in California's Central Valley in claims and appeals and ultimately can help to guide you through the complicated processes. Our attorneys know that the Social Security Disability (SSD) system is complex; however, they understand the government process...

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