At Donati Law, PLLC, Robert Donati focuses on issues involving veterans' benefits, employment law, and Social Security disability. Well-versed in the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Family and Medical Leave Act, he works hard to help hard-working individuals gain the help they need after dealing with a difficult and unforeseen circumstance or life change, such as a disability or debilitating disease. He also assists clients with appealing cases in federal district court when their petitions for SSD benefits have been denied or with filing for long-term disability benefits under ERISA. He truly cares about helping those in need by guiding them through each step of the legal system.
Attorney Robert Donati has been selected for inclusion in the Super Lawyers® list and is a Board Certified Specialist in Social Security disability by the National Board of Trial Advocacy. This additional level of certification means that he possesses expert-level knowledge in this specific area of the law. He earned his law degree from the University of Mississippi School of Law and his undergraduate degree from Haverford College. He is licensed to practice in Mississippi and Tennessee and is a member of the National Organization for Veterans Advocates.
If you need legal assistance after having your SSD disability claim denied, Attorney Robert Donati can help you appeal the decision and guide you through the entire process. He would be happy to answer your questions during an initial consultation. He will do everything possible to finalize your case in the most favorable manner possible so that you can move on with your life.
Contact Robert Donati today to discuss your specific legal needs.
- University of Mississippi School of Law, J.D. - 2006
- Haverford College, B.A. - 2002
- Tennessee Bar Association
- Memphis Bar Association
- Mississippi Bar Association
- National Organization for Veterans Advocates
- National Organization of Social Security Claimants' Representatives
- U.S. Court of Veterans Appeals
- National Board of Trial Advocacy