Our disability law firm is proud of its dedicated staff of long term disability lawyers and paralegals. Riemer & Associates aims to provide each client with cutting-edge and compassionate legal representation. Our clients are going through one of the toughest times of their lives. We endeavor to make this process as easy as possible.
Teams are stronger than individuals, so we operate as a team when we represent you. Each client is assigned a team consisting of a paralegal, an associate attorney and Mr. Riemer. The paralegal will know the ins and outs of your claim and will be the main interface with your employer, insurer and doctors. The paralegal is supervised by the associate attorney and by Mr. Riemer personally, who will make himself available to you should you have any questions or inquiries.
We are very proud of our disability law firm, and believe you also will be.
Scott M. Riemer has continually distinguished himself as one of the country’s premier ERISA and long term disability lawyers for more than 25 years.
Paul Kampfer has focused his career on protecting and assisting the disabled, with a special focus on ERISA and Non-ERISA disability cases.
Jennifer has practiced in all areas of long term disability claims, appeals and litigation since joining Riemer & Associates in 2016.
As a disability paralegal I provide direct and indirect services to people in need. I enjoy direct contact with clients and ultimately providing them with an opportunity to maintain and/or establish financial security during difficult stages in their life.
Eric Buchanan is founding partner of the firm of Eric Buchanan and Associates, PLLC, a firm that represents disabled people in claims for disability insurance and Social Security Disability.
Troy G. Rosasco is Social Security Disability Co-Counsel to the Riemer & Associates’ Social Security Disability Claim Department.
What I like best about my job: Being able to make a difference in the lives of very vulnerable and disabled clients.
What I like best about my job: The clients (though that’s not to say I don’t love my amazing colleagues).