Attorney Amanda J. Bonnesen is a Social Security Disability Attorney here at the law firm of Berger and Green. She has been successfully representing individuals in Social Security Disability (SSD) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) cases since 2010.
What she enjoys most about being a Social Security Disability Attorney is the daily interaction she gets to have with her clients. Each case and each client is important and memorable to her.
Attorney Bonnesen is passionate about fighting for what her clients deserve because she understands the meaning these benefits have for them. Attorney Bonnesen is compassionate and sensitive to her client’s needs while effectively pursuing their case.
Attorney Bonnesen shares with her clients that obtaining SSD or SSI benefits can be a long and complex process, but to never give up. She urges her clients to stay in necessary medical treatment and comply with any requests from the Social Security Administration. As a Social Security Disability Attorney at Berger and Green, she wants to work hard for her clients so that they can be at ease and focus on their health.
Ms. Bonnesen was born in Wheeling, West Virginia. She graduated from the University of South Carolina with her bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and then went on to earn her Juris Doctor at University of Dayton School of Law.
Attorney Bonnesen is a member of many prestigious groups including the National Organization of Social Security Claimants Representative (NOSSCR) and the Allegheny County Bar Association (ACBA) where she sits on the Allegheny County Bar Association Social Security Practitioners Committee. She is licensed to practice in all Pennsylvania State and Federal Courts and in all Social Security Courts throughout the United States.
Attorney Bonnesen is proud to be a Social Security Disability Attorney at Berger and Green. She is dedicated to serving her clients through the SSD and SSI process. If you are in need of a Social Security Disability Attorney, contact Berger and Green today for a free no obligation consultation.