Frankel & Newfield is a disability law firm that represents residents of Georgia with privately owned disability insurance policies and those who receive their disability insurance coverage through their employers, usually referred to as group or ERISA disability insurance policies. The firm receives many inquiries from policyholders of both types from Georgia, many from Atlanta and its surrounding cities. When considering filing a disability claim, or if a claim has been denied and you are considering which disability law firm to hire, Atlanta residents go to their computers and search for law firms that focus their practices in this very specific area of the law. We know that, because of the number of people from Georgia who contact the firm.
The decision of whether to retain a local attorney or to work with an out-of-state attorney is a frequent question. Frankel & Newfield is able to represent clients in all fifty states, regardless of their location, hence our description of the firm as a “national disability law practice.”
Clients who retain the firm for their disability cases understand that the most important fact in deciding which law firm to hire should be the firm’s experience, track record and knowledge. We work with many clients who we never meet face to face. We exchange documents, have meetings via telephone, share information and have discussions via email and if necessary, will have a video conference through various web-based conferencing. While we are always open to meeting with clients in person, Frankel & Newfield has been able to represent clients from one coast to the other. Geography is simply not an issue, and has not been since the firm was founded. Today communication across great distances is easier than ever before, making the location of our clients and our office even less important than it was in the past. If you are a Georgia resident with a disability claim and you are considering whether or not to work with an in-state or out-of-state law firm, our recommendation is that you research and retain the attorneys based not on their location, but on their ability to achieve your desired outcome. Credentials and recommendations are a part of this research. Martindale is among the most well-respected and established peer-review sources. Attorneys must be in practice for a certain length of time to be considered for a Martindale review. The peer review process is a strict one, and is not influenced by any advertising or service purchases. The fact that both Jason Newfield and Justin Frankel hold an AV® Preeminent rating from Martindale is a significant accomplishment, and one that speaks to the way that they practice disability law. It also reflects how they treat their clients – with compassion, integrity and respect. Georgia residents who are concerned about the location of their lawyer’s offices are invited to visit the testimonials section of the Frankel & Newfield website to see that clients come to the firm from many different locations. They learned firsthand that the thing that matters is not whether you can get to the office for a great cup of coffee or to speak with the partners face to face, but the quality of representation they will receive.
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