Given how complex and lengthy the process of Social Security Disability law can be for people, it is important to have an experienced and knowledgeable attorney on your side.
Ben is a skilled businessman and marketer. He was the firm’s first employee, and helped Vaughn start the firm in 2009. Ben has worked in nearly every position at the firm since its inception, but currently works in a business role.
Prior to joining The Clauson Law Firm, Matt worked for three years as a Disability Examiner with the Social Security Administration, making disability decisions at the initial and reconsideration level
Kathleen is an experienced administrative law attorney, as she worked for several years in immigration law prior to joining The Clauson Law firm. Kathleen applies her past experience in administrative law to her position as a client service and hearing attorney.
After graduating from Wake Forest University School of Law, Elizabeth began working with a local law firm in Winston-Salem and was introduced to the area of Social Security Disability.
Arista “Ari” Sibrey focuses on representing Social Security disability clients at all stages in the process, but primarily focuses on hearing representation.
Brandon serves clients at all stages of the SSD process, primarily representing clients at SSD Hearings. Prior to joining the Clauson Law Firm, Brandon worked as a North Carolina Magistrate, a judicial official.
At Clauson Law, Adam serves Social Security disability clients at all stages in the process, along with managing the firm’s legal content writing. A native of Tucson, Arizona, Adam received his J.D. in 2011 from California’s Chapman University School of Law.