Social Security Disability
Jennifer G. Mrozik
Jennifer is a partner in the firm and practices exclusively in the area of Social Security disability law. She attended Hamline University and completed the 3-3 program which allows qualifying students to complete both a Bachelor of Arts degree and a Law degree in 6 years instead of 7. She graduated from Hamline University School of Law in 1997 and has been practicing Social Security Disability Law with this firm since that time. She began working for the firm as a paralegal while attending school. She has worked her way through the firm as an associate attorney and now as a managing partnered attorney.
Jennifer tries to stay involved with the politics of the Social Security Administration. She has met with members of Congress regarding the concerns people have while applying for disability benefits. She strives to find solutions to the problematic problems claimants’ have with Social Security by working with clients to help navigate the complicated issues that arise during the disability application process.
She is also a sustaining member with the National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives. This organization helps gather attorneys and keep them informed of current laws and the best solutions to help attorneys and clients be successful in a claim for benefits. Jennifer, as a managing partner has helped the firm to grow into multiple states and has made the firm one of the premier Social Security firms in the country while maintaining local attorneys familiar with the Judges of the area.
Admitted to Practice:
- United States District Court for the District of Minnesota
- District Court for the State of Minnesota
- Commonwealth of Kentucky