JAMES "LEE" NATION, ATTORNEY AT LAW

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JOIN THE HUNDREDS THAT HAVE CHOSEN JAMES "LEE" NATION TO REPRESENT THEM IN THEIR DISABILITY CASE.

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   EDUCATION:


   * UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA, 2007

   * THOMAS GOODE JONES SCHOOL OF LAW, 2010


   ADMITTED:


   * SUPREME COURT OF ALABAMA, 2010

   * UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE

      NORTHERN  DISTRICT OF ALABAMA, 2010


   ORGANIZATIONS:


   * ALABAMA ASSOCIATION FOR JUSTICE

   * NATIONAL ORGANIZATION OF SOCIAL SECURITY  CLAIMANT'S REPRESENTATIVES (NOSSCR)

   * ALABAMA STATE BAR LITIGATION SECTION

 

   REPRESENTATIVE CASES:


​   A 37 year old man with a high school education,  whose work history primarily consisted of primarily medium, unskilled work began suffering symptoms from degenerative disc disease of the lumbar spine and depression. This person did not meet a listing and did not acquire transferable job skills. This person had the capacity to perform a full range of sedentary work but was found disabled because the claimant needed the opportunity to lie down more than 2 hours of an 8 hour day and could not maintain concentration, persistence, and pace.   DISABLED.


​   A 52 year old woman with a high school education, whose work history primarily consisted of sedentary work began suffering from coronary artery disease, depression, and anxiety. This person did not meet a listing and did not acquire transferable job skills. This person had the capacity to preform less than a full range of sedentary work and due to her age was able to qualify under grid listing 201.14.  DISABLED.


​   A 54 year old veteran with a high school education, whose work history primarily consisted of light work began suffering from degenerative disc disease, anxiety disorder and alcohol abuse. This person did not meet a listing and did not acquire transferable job skills. This person had the capacity to perform light work but the claimant was unable to maintain regular work for a 40-hour per week basis.  DISABLED.


   A 62 year old man who suffered from cataracts and degenerative disc disease. Based on claimant's age and work history, he was found disabled under medical-vocational grid rule 202.02 and received $19,500 in backpay in additional to monthly benefits.  DISABLED.


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