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About Melanie Leavitt
is a graduate of Loyola University School of Law. She has been licensed to practice law since 1984. For the first five years of her legal career she represented unions and union health and pension funds. Since 1989, she has been representing clients seeking Social Security, short and long-term disability insurance benefits and state and federal employee disability retirement. Melanie is also authorized to represent disabled veterans before the Veterans Administration.
About Adam Meunier
is also a graduate of Loyola University Law School. He has been licensed to practice law since 2002. Before becoming licensed to practice law himself, Adam managed the Law Offices of Melanie Leavitt beginning in 1991. He also worked as a law clerk analyzing medical records and writing legal arguments for appeals. Adam is also authorized to represent disabled veterans before the Veterans Administration.
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