Social Security Disability and Student Loans: How You can Save Your Clients Thousands of Dollars
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When obtaining benefits for our clients, outstanding student loans is the further issue from our minds. We are fixated on present medical and vocational issues not loans incurred 20 or 30 years ago. Yet many of our clients incurred hundreds of thousands of dollars in student loans. Understanding the interrelationship between approval of Disability and student loans can bring a real benefit to our clients and even a possible additional fee for the perceptive attorney.
Jeffrey Scholnick - has been practicing Social Security Disability since 1986. He started representing Student Loan borrowers ten (10) years ago as an extension of his bankruptcy practice. He has learned Spanish because he believes that attorneys need to fully engage the underrepresented Hispanic population. He may be the only private Social Security Disability attorney in Baltimore who speaks Spanish. He is a Board member of the Maryland Latino Provider Network. He is a frequent speaker on subjects related to Social Security Disability, Workers’ Compensation and Bankruptcy. He is a graduate of the University of Maryland Law School and was a Magna Cum Laude at the Univ of Maryland Baltimore County. Mr. Scholnick’s SSD practice extends to Federal District Court and the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals.