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Hardison & Cochran Attorneys at Law
17 years of experience
Social Security Disability
Jonathan Blair Biser is a partner at Hardison & Cochran and heads the law firm’s busy Social Security Disability division. His goal is to make the complicated and bureaucratic process of obtaining disability benefits as simple as possible for clients. “It can be a slow process to begin with,” he says. “But we do our best to help our clients maneuver through the process as efficiently as possible.” Biser got his introduction to Social Security Disability law when he was an undergraduate at Wake Forest University. He worked in his uncle’s law office, where the primary focus was Social Security cases, and he developed an initial interest in that area of law. After getting a B.A. in psychology in 2002, Biser enrolled at North Carolina Central University School of Law, where he was a staff member on the Law Review and chaired the student Trial Advocacy Board. During his third year, he acquired courtroom experience as a student attorney in the district attorney’s office. He graduated, magna cum laude, in 2005 and immediately joined Hardison & Cochran. His work in the firm encompasses a wide range of activities, from assisting clients in filing their initial SSD applications to guiding them through the appeals processes. He frequently represents clients at administrative hearings and has argued numerous cases, on appeal, in the Eastern and Middle U.S. District Courts for North Carolina. Often, the amount of time it takes to secure benefits and appeal denied disability claims can cause frustration for clients. When that happens, Biser knows how important it is to be there for them. In the end, the satisfactions can make everything worthwhile. In 2010, the North Carolina State Bar named Biser as a Board Certified Specialist in Social Security Law, indicating that he has received special training and passed an exam in this area of law. He also is a frequent speaker on Social Security Disability topics. View More ›
English: Spoken, Written
2005 - Current