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Deborah Hardwick Mitchell

Social Security Disability Law
Grossman Law Firm, LLC
4501 20th Avenue
Valley, AL 36854
334-756-3529
www.rnlawyer.net


Deborah is the Attorney at Grossman Law Firm. She dedicates her time to assisting disabled individuals receive the Social Security disability benefits they deserve and has been doing so since 2002. She meets with clients to evaluate their conditions and limitations, prepares claimants for their hearing and litigates before the Social Security Administration.

Deborah obtained her nursing degree from Southern Union State Community College in 1994 with honors, was the president of her nursing class and received the "Excellence in Nursing Award". In 1998, Deborah graduated with honors from Auburn University with a Bachelor's in Science in nursing and was a member of Sigma Theta Tau International. Deborah graduated from Jones School of Law in 2002 "summa cum laude" with a Juris Doctorate, participated on the Jones Law Review, received the "Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities" award, received certification in alternative dispute resolution, received the "Honorary Public Service Commissioner's Award" and has most recently become a Certified Arbitrator and Mediator.
 
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