Fairbanks Disability Group
Fairbanks Disability Group
Fairbanks Disability
Fairbanks Disability

OUR MOTTO: HONESTY, CONCERN, DILLIGENCE, AND TENACITY

Free Consultations and Case Evaluations

Timothy E. Fairbanks, A.D.R. understands that when people hire a representative, they are often experiencing a very stressful situation. These people need someone who cares about them.  Fairbanks Disability makes sure our clients not only receive high-quality legal representation, but also the support and resources they deserve. Stop by or call our office for a no-cost consultation and case evaluation. Even if you don't hire us, we may be able give you information that can help guide you down the right path. Just because a case can't be won right now doesn't necessarily mean that it can never be won. Some claimants re-apply several times before getting a favorable decision. It could be something simple that is keeping your case from moving forward. There are technical (non-medical) reasons and procedural errors that could be holding your case back. We can spot these issues and help correct them.

 

 

About Tim

Qualifications

Tim belongs to a highly specialized class of legally trained professional non-attorney reresentatives. Because of his education, experience, and high degree of demonstrated competence, Tim qualified to take Social Security's comprehensive law examination. Upon passing, he was appointed as an Eligible for Direct Payment Non-Attorney (EDPNA) disability representative. This does not mean Tim is employed by or contracted to SSA. This designation allows Tim to legally practice Social Security disability law and represent claimants in Social Security administrative courts. Tim is also required to complete continuing legal education (CLE) and ethics courses every year.

 

Education

Tim has degrees in Administration of Justice from Sierra College, and Paralegal Studies from UC Davis. He is currently working toward his Master's Degree in Human Services.

 

Professional Associations

Tim is a member in good standing of the National Association of Disability Representatives (NADR), one of two representative associations recognized by the Social Security Administration. Tim was awarded the advanced designation of Accredited Disability Representative (ADR) in 2012. NADR provides continuing legal education and has a lobbying body that works with Congress to further claimant's rights and eliminate fraud and waste in the system. You can visit their website at www.nadr.org

 

Experience

After graduating from UC Davis Extension, Sacramento, Tim interned at the Sacramento Co. District Attorneys Office. After his internship, Tim began providing support services for local attorneys and Notary Public services in Sacramento. Tim learned family law (divorce, custody, and support) document preparation and Social Security disability law. Tim then took SSA's law exam and began representing clients in SSA disability cases.

 

Other experience

Tim is a former police officer and investigator, having worked in Los Angeles, Sacramento, and Amador Counties. Tim served in the US Army with special airborne deployment units at Ft. Eustis and Langley AFB in Virginia.







Photo Gallery - A Look at Our Diability Practice

 

 

Overview: What our legal service offers:

  • Expert advice and representation by specialized non-attorney claimant's representatives in Social Security disability appeals
  • Return phone calls within one business day
  • Provide honest assessments of cases, whether good or bad
  • Perform all work with the highest level of care and attention to detail

 

 

 

Timothy E. Fairbanks, ADR, EDPNA

at Fairbanks Disability

 

2740 Fulton Ave

Suite 106

Sacramento, CA 95821

 

 

Phone:  (916) 480-1268

Cell:  (916) 747-1069

Fax:  (916) 481-2230

Email: sacparalaw@gmail.com


Or use our contact form.

Office Hours

We can be reached during the following hours:

 

Monday - Thursday 9:30am-5:00pm

Friday-10:00am-4:00pm

Sat-Sun off

 

Mobile notary services available on weekends and holidays by appointment.

 

 

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