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Noel S. Anschutz

Noel S. Anschutz Owner / Professional Disability Rep.

Noel-Anschutz

Noel S. Anschutz Owner / Professional Disability Rep.

Noel is a Professional Disability Representative with 15 years of experience and has represented clients at over 2,000 hearings.
Noel obtained her American Bar Association approved Associates Paralegal degree in 1996 and in 2001, her Business Administration Bachelors degree. In 2005 Noel became Nevada’s first eligible Professional Representative under a program made permanent by President Obama; the “Social Security Disability Applicants’ Access to Professional Representation Act of 2010.” **Noel carries Professional Liability Insurance and fufills yearly continuing legal education requirements.
She is a member of: State Bar of Nevada Disciplinary Board, College of Southern Nevada Paralegal Program Advisory Board and the Nevada Law Foundation Board of Trustees. She has also been vetted by Allsup as a senior claims consultant and represents Allsup clients at local Las Vegas hearings.

TEAM MEMBERS

Noel-Anschutz

Noel S. Anschutz

Owner / Professional Disability Rep.

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Samantha-Henz

Samantha Henz

Professional Disability Rep.

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Sirena-Putman

Sirena Putman

Paralegal to Noel Anschutz

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Lisa-Iglesias

Lisa Iglesias

Professional Case Manager

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Leslie-Lewis

Leslie Lewis

Legal Administrative Assistant

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Taylor-Anschutz

Taylor Anschutz

Legal Administrative Assistant

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WHAT SOCIAL SECURITY SAYS ABOUT REPRESENTATIVES

  • Non-attorneys eligible for fee withholding have the most experience representing disability claimants and are most likely to specialize in disability representation;
  • Administrative law judges expressed equal satisfaction with the performance of attorneys and eligible non-attorneys;
  • Judges expressed satisfaction and some went on to say that eligible “non-attorneys tend to be better prepared and more familiar with the details of their cases than attorneys”; and
  • “Many of these judges expressed the view that experience in disability representation rather than formal legal training is the key to effective representation, or that it is not necessary to have a law degree to effectively represent disability claimants.”

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