Jake Lee

Social Security Disability Law
Summit Disability Law Group
11693 South 700 East
Draper, UT 84020
(801) 890-1030

Mr. Lee is the founder of Summit Disability Law Group.  He is authorized to practice law in all courts in the state of Utah. Having started his career at a personal injury law firm, Mr. Lee discovered very early how disabling injuries and diseases affect individuals and families. His career led him to focus his research on a variety of disabling conditions and their impact on society. From those experiences he created the Summit Disability Law Group. Today Mr. Lee dedicates his practice to representing seriously disabled persons in Social Security disability claims.


Brigham Young University (Bachelor of Arts)
California Western School of Law (Juris Doctor)


The Utah Social Security Disability Handbook
Decrease the Surplus Population
Eyes to See

Bar Admissions:

Utah State Bar
U.S. District Court, District of Utah

Professional Associations & Memberships:

Utah State Bar
American Bar Association
NOSSCR (National Organization of Social Security Claimants' Representatives)
Salt Lake County Bar Association
Utah Association for Justice
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