The LaPorte Law Firm has over 35 years of experience helping clients win their cases.
Social Security disability is our specialty and we fight to win you the benefits you deserve.

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The disability process is complex. Set yourself up for success by having an attorney in your corner who understands the system and knows how to obtain favorable results. We offer skilled, compassionate representation.


Whether you are considering filing an application for Social Security disability or seeking representation in court, LaPorte Law Firm is here to provide our expertise.

For over 35 years, the LaPorte Law Firm has assisted thousands of our clients win their Social Security disability claims. Social Security law is our only area of practice.

We have a deep understanding of how stressful and confusing the disability process can be. We seek to minimize our client’s stress by taking the extra time to explain the process, respond promptly to questions or concerns, and zealously advocate for our client's interests.

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After 35+ years of service, LaPorte Law Firm has won thousands of claims and appeals for our clients

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LaPorte Law Firm is the leading disability attorney in Bay Area, California, and we have the awards and certifications to prove it

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Free Case Review

Schedule a free case review with one of our expert attorneys. We will listen to your specific situation and explain the Social Security disability regulations and process. There is no cost or obligation.

Strategy Discussion

Depending on where you are at in the process, we will go over the next steps in your case, explain the timeline for obtaining your benefits, handle any appeals that need to be filed, and go over our fees so there are no surprises.

Plan Implementation

We work with Social Security to make sure your application and appeals are handled efficiently and effectively. If we have to go to court, we will help you practice your testimony, gather and submit your medical records, obtain other supporting documentation, brief the judge on how your case fits into Social Security law, and zealously represent you at your disability hearing.