Company: Richard E. Donaldson, Esq., Chtd.
Location: Las Vegas, NV
Las Vegas, NV, July 29, 2014, Richard E. Donaldson, Esq., Chtd., President of Richard E. Donaldson, Esq., Chtd., has been recognized by Elite American Lawyers for dedication, achievements and leadership in legal services.
Mr. Donaldson entered the legal profession after working for Regal Services in 1974, which was contracted with the government. One day, he got a call from a senator forcing Regal Services to take on a disability case, as required based on their company’s federally funded status. Regal Services created an entire Social Security Disability Unit with Mr. Donaldson as the chief over one sole case, and he progressed in the area since. Mr. Donaldson has more than 40 years of professional experience and has been running his own firm for the past 38 years. Richard E. Donaldson, Esq., Chtd. provides clients with services in federal appellate work before government agencies and in federal court in order to help the handicapped to receive their rightful government benefits. His work also includes two nationwide broadcasts, social security cessation and over-payments, and structuring damage settlements.
Throughout his career, Mr. Donaldson has taken senior and handicapped cases from the initial denial through all administrative stages up through the federal district court, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court. He has tried thousands of cases, and loves going to work every day to help people. Mr. Donaldson has also been a lecturer on social security and Medicare issues in Las Vegas, Washington, D.C., New York and Chicago. Mr. Donaldson is highly accomplished and gets great satisfaction out of assisting the clients he work with, who are honest, straightforward and grateful for his services. He attributes his success to being completely dedicated and serious about his cases and never delegating out work to others. Attorneys who delegate the types of cases he has will usually lose; Mr. Donaldson rarely loses a case. Cases to obtain benefits for the handicapped are so deeply complex he usually takes on no more than six at a time.
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