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Aviva Groner Brown:
After raising a family and working as a political fund raiser, returned to the practice of law in 2007, and since has focused exclusively on Social Security disability matters.
Is a 1992 graduate of the University of Oregon School of Law.
Brian Scott Wayson is:
Adept at sizing up situations, systematically analyzing facts and developing alternative courses of action to achieve sensible solutions.
Considered a clear and effective oral and written communicator with the ability to concisely interpret complex laws, regulations and court opinions, using a common sense approach.
Blessed with extensive experience in effectively working with clients and colleagues from diverse backgrounds, allowing him to be a good listener.
Well-versed in client counseling, claim analysis, case preparation, and hearing and appeal representation.
Aware that while the journey is challenging, successful outcomes for his clients are particularly rewarding.
Recognized for forming quality relationships quickly and instilling a high level of confidence among those with whom he interacts.
A graduate of the Northwestern School of Law of Lewis and Clark College.
Acknowledged as a self-starter with an involved style of leadership.
Most of all, thankful for all I have, including my awesome family and wonderful friends.
Jonathan Caver is a founding member of Cascadia Disability Law, LLC. He has represented individuals with disabilities before the Social Security Administration since 2006. He has represented over a thousand claimants in administrative hearings. In addition he has won hundreds of cases "on the record," by writing briefs arguing that the medical and vocational evidence satisfies the agency’s definition of disability and that a hearing is not necessary.
Before law school, Jonathan worked for the Michigan House of Representatives as a non-partisan legislative analyst, reviewing proposed legislation for legislators and interested constituents. During law school he clerked for Legal Services of South Central Michigan, where he helped individuals primarily with landlord-tenant issues. During and after law school he also volunteered with Northwest Workers’ Justice Project in Portland, Oregon helping workers with their claims for wage and hour violations and other employment matters.
Jonathan earned his J.D. degree from the University of Michigan Law School and holds a B.A. in philosophy from Miami University and an M.A. in philosophy from the State University of New York at Stony Brook. His long-standing interest in concepts of freedom and justice led him to study philosophy and then led him beyond the "ivory tower" to pursue a legal career so he could use his talents to help individuals pursue freedom and justice within the complicated legal bureaucracies that have increasingly come to dominate our society. Social Security disability benefits are a pillar of our social and economic framework, and he is honored to assist individuals in aggressively pursuing benefits they are due.
Outside of work, Jonathan enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter in the heart of the majestic Pacific Northwest.
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Associations & Memberships:
National Organization of Veteran's Advocates
National Association of Disability Representatives
National Organization of Social Security Claimants' Representatives
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