Founded in Sacramento in 1981, Metzinger & Associates began specializing in aiding employees injured at work and individuals suffering from debilitating medical conditions before the Social Security Administration and in the superior courts. The firm first expanded in 1991 when it added Wills and Trusts to its practice specialties, and then again in 2009 when Metzinger & Associates entered the field of Veteran’s law to help veterans receive benefits for injuries obtained in military service. The firm has staff and lawyers fluent in Spanish, and has won over $10,000,000 in benefits for their numerous satisfied clients. Nationally recognized and A.V. rated, Metzinger & Associates has been winning legal battles for their clients for years, and their dedication to helping their clients is what sets them apart. We are truly here to help you receive the benefits you deserve, so if you think you may need legal representation, don’t wait, contact us today.
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