About the Firm
Accomplished Law Firm Helps Disabled Clients across the Country Get Financial Benefits
Experienced attorneys represent Social Security and Veterans Disability claimants in Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, New York, New Jersey & Tennessee
At Nixon Disability Law, we are passionate about helping Americans who are disabled and cannot work get the financial support they need. Our diligent attorneys have a combined 50 years of experience practicing law and bringing positive outcomes to clients. We advocate for individuals who have paid into the Social Security system throughout their working lives and are now disabled and in need of income assistance, or who are disabled, blind or elderly with very limited financial resources. Additionally, we help veterans who were injured or became ill in service to the country with applying for VA disability benefits. You can rely on our hardworking law firm to soundly and efficiently represent you when you need help with an initial filing or appealing a claim that has been denied.
Trusted disability advisers deliver high-quality legal guidance
The legal services we deliver to our valued clients are characterized by:
- A community focus — We are familiar with the challenges US residents deal with, especially when applying for financial benefits from government agencies. Our firm is dedicated to helping our community thrive and receive the benefits they are entitled to.
- Compassionate representation — Our attorneys know how stressful the disability filing and appeals processes are when you are faced with financial uncertainty. We will listen carefully to your concerns and address them with sensitivity and compassion.
- Distinguished leadership — Attorney Dorollo Nixon Jr. is Peer Reviewed by Martindale-Hubbell® & is also recognized as a Client Champion Award winner. Attorney Peter A. Gorton is AV Preeminent® Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell® for his high ethical standards and professional abilities.
Our exclusive focus in disability law allows us strong insight into how cases that go before administrative law judges and federal district courts may proceed, which provides an important advantage to clients.