Jonathan Ginsberg has represented Social Security disability clients in Atlanta and throughout Georgia for over 15 years. A native of Atlanta and a graduate of Tulane University Law School, Jonathan writes and speaks extensively about Social Security disability topics.
The publisher of the ssdAnswers blog and the host of the ssdRadio podcast, Jonathan also teaches a course entitled “How to Start Your Social Security Disability Practice” at Solo Practice University. He also teaches intro and advanced case management strategy at continuing legal education seminars.
Here’s what one of Jonathan’s recent disability clients wrote about Jonathan on AVVO.com:
Jonathan lives in Atlanta with his wife and law partner, Jodi Brenner Ginsberg, their son, a student at Emory University and their daughter, a recent college graduate and aspiring lawyer. When not at work, Jonathan enjoys photography and weight training, and he recently began training at a boxing gym for the aerobic and strength benefits only.
Jodi Brenner Ginsberg represents claimants in Georgia workers’ compensation matters and in claims before the Social Security Administration. A native of New York and Florida, Jodi attended Newcomb College of Tulane University and Georgia State University Law School.
Jodi began her legal career as an insurance defense lawyer at a large, downtown law firm, where she defended employers and insurance companies in workers’ compensation claims. After 5 years of defense work, Jodi left to start her own firm representing injured workers, which she has done to this day.
The publisher of the Georgia Workers’ Comp blog, Jodi writes and speaks about Georgia workers’ compensation law. Jodi lives in the Atlanta area with her husband and law partner Jonathan Ginsberg and their two children. When not at work, Jodi enjoys yoga, traveling and exercising.
Mya Badger serves as the firm’s Social Security disability paralegal. A native of Grand Rapids, Michigan, Mya earned her B.A. degree in political science at Grand Valley State University in Allendale, Michigan, where she was a member of the woman’s varsity basketball team.
After relocating to the Atlanta area in 2004, Mya served as a litigation paralegal for a high volume plaintiff’s personal injury firm where she gained extensive experience in case management, discovery production, preparation of demand letters, scheduled depositions and mediations.
In 2013, Mya accepted a position at Ginsberg Law Offices as the Social Security disability paralegal. Mya is responsible for case management, evidence production, past due benefit payment follow-up and hearing scheduling. She offers the firm’s clients a friendly and knowledgeable voice in their journey to a favorable hearing decision.