Stuart T. Barasch
Social Security & Disability Attorney
Why hire Stuart Barasch?
Three reasons: Extreme self-discipline, compassion, and honesty. In that order? Yes.
Why? Because these are the 3 characteristics that have brought me my success.
Without strict discipline an attorney cannot effectively represent your interests. A good attorney knows, he does not have all the answers in his head. To effectively represent you, a devoted and disciplined attorney, will put your interests ahead of his own, and spend weekends and nights, sometimes after dinner, researching the law and thinking about the facts of your case.
I put a lot of effort into putting my client’s life back in order. I know how unsettling it can be to have your world suddenly turned upside down. I’ve had those upside down moments too. I feel privileged to be an attorney and in the position of being a helping hand. When your world becomes distraught, when you feel there is no way out, no hope for a future, having a dedicated lawyer on your side, can make all the difference.
If I have to give up some personal time to better your life, I do so gladly, and with compassion, because I know that through my efforts I can make a difference in your life, and for the better.
Everyone deserves an honest answer. I will give you one. If your case cannot be won, I will tell you that up front in our first consultation. And if I accept your case, I will honestly represent you throughout the process, always giving you honest answers to all your questions. Honesty, I have found, is the best policy.
Areas of Practice
- Social Security Disability
- California, 1977
- Florida, 1979
- U.S. Court of Appeals 11th Circuit
- U.S. Court of Appeals 5th Circuit
- Georgia, 1992
- Louisiana, 1991
- Texas, 1991
- Southwestern University School of Law, Los Angeles, California
- Juris Doctorate
- Ohio State University
- Major: History