Litigating for your Social Security Disability Insurance can be overwhelming if you don’t have the guidance and support needed to complete the process. LaPorte Law Firm will be the reliable counsel you need to get the benefits you deserve. Our vast litigation support experience and long-standing relationships with local Social Security hearing offices and district offices in Salinas and Monterey County make all the difference in giving you the best chance for success.
Our Salinas office is located in historic Empire House at 119 Cayuga Street with free parking nearby. From here we service clients throughout Monterey and San Benito Counties, including individuals residing in Aromas, Bradley, Carmel, Castroville, Chualar, Del Rey Oaks, Gonzales, Greenfield, Hollister, Jolon, King City, Lockwood, Marina, Monterey, Pacific Grove, San Ardo, Sand City, San Juan Bautista, San Lucas, Seaside and Soledad, Spreckels and Watsonville.
Our legal team will help you through every step of the SSDI claims process, from preparing paperwork to collecting medical documents to representing you in front of a judge.
The LaPorte Law Firm’s SSI lawyers in San Jose are some of the best in the region, and have helped thousands of clients win their benefits through expert claim preparation as well as litigation in federal court. Retain us, and we’ll do whatever it takes to get what you are owed.
Since 1982, Terry LaPorte has helped over 10,000 individuals obtain their Social Security Disability rights in and around San Jose.
His proven track record of success is based on board certifications in Social Security Advocacy and Social Security Law from the California State Bar Association, as well as several leadership positions in the disability law community.
With a bicultural background, Maria Miranda-Hammon has represented over 2,000 SSDI and SSI claimants, including monolingual Spanish speakers, since she joined the firm in 1994.
Maria was certified as an Eligible Non-Attorney Representative by the Social Security Administration in 2005 and continues to expand her knowledge through programs sponsored by local bar associations, the National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives (NOSSCR), and the Annual 9th Circuit Conference for experienced Social Security practitioners.
“I wanted to say thank you for all your hard work. With this settlement, my shoulder still hurts, but I don't have to worry about my finances. Thank you.”
“Gracias que hay personas como usted que pelean por nosotros los que tenemos necesidad. Usted es bendicion para mi.”
“I could never repay you for the help and care you have given me. But I do want to say thank you. I can never thank you enough.”