Although our past success in representing Social Security claimants does not ensure that we will be successful in your case, we have the knowledge and experience to ensure that you will receive the best possible representation for your case.
Every disability claimant is different and every disability claimant has unique impairments.
Arthur P. Anderson, Esq.
has successfully represented thousands of Social Security claimants since 1979. He is the most successful Social Security claimant's representative in the state of Vermont. His practice is limited to representing disability claimants, both Social Security disability ... Read more
Because of our great experience and knowledge of the Social Security system and because of the in depth knowledge we obtain about you and your impairments, we are able to ask your doctors the questions that are best suited to give Social Security a full and favorable picture of your disability and why you are entitled to disability benefits.
Mr. Anderson and Ms. Sayles attend in depth Social Security conferences once or twice a year to increase their knowledge of techniques and new developments in the Social Security law. The conferences last for 4 days.
Social Security Disability and SSA criteria to present the best case possible on behalf of those she represents. With a history of working closely with the offices of her Senators and Congress people, her commitment as an advocate for those with disabilities has driven her career.
It has always been Maggie's goal to become an attorney and she had dedicated herself fully. We are proud to announce that under the mentorship of Mr. Anderson she has already successfully finished her four year Law Office Study and will sit for the Vermont Bar Examination in July 2016.
As an alum of University of Vermont, Burlington is Maggie's community and she strives to help support her community in as many ways as possible. Maggie is a native Vermonter with deep roots in the Green Mountain State. Maggie plans to follow her passion to be an advocate and stay to practice in Vermont representing people with disabilities in her home state.
Senior Disability paralegal, Melissa St. Pierre
, has practiced
disability law since 1998 and she fills many crucial roles at Anderson Lamb
& Associates PC
. She provides accurate, dependable, and high quality
support to the firm and our clients. She has dedicated her entire career to
advocating for people with disabilities. Melissa establishes vital and
lasting connections with clients from the very first contact with a client
making them feel heard, comfortable, and explains the disability process to
them from application through the award of disability. Comprehensive and
compassionate, Melissa walks clients through the entire disability process,
which can be frustrating and cumbersome. With a very caring manner and in an
empathetic way, Melissa establishes a lasting, working relationship with every
single client at Anderson Lamb & Associates PC
Over the years, Melissa has attended numerous disability law
conferences in multiple cities through the National Organization of Social
Security Claimant's Representatives (NOSSCR). Melissa has continued her
education and is always the first in the firm to update our processes when
rules or regulations change. She is an essential asset to the team.
graduated from Champlain College with a degree in paralegal studies. She has
been a lifelong resident in Northwestern Vermont continuing her family
generational ties to Vermont dating back to the 1800's. She is dedicated to her
community, having been a committee member she was instrumental with the planning
of the former Thomas Cook Memorial Golf Tournament, which has helped endow the
Thomas Cook Endowment at the Vermont Children's Hospital. She also currently
serves as the treasurer for one of her community's cemeteries. When Melissa is
not working or volunteering in her community, she enjoys spending time with her
husband, children, extended family, and friends.