Ruth Kimball assists individuals in Renton, Washington, with their Social Security Disability Family Law & Adoption needs. Special appointments are available in Kent and Olympia, Washington upon request.
• J.D., Seattle University Law School 1986
• Masters in Public Health, University of Michigan 1979
• B.S. Medical Technology, Michigan State University • 1974
• Admissions: Washington 1986
SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITIES
DIVORCE & CUSTODY
Social Security Disability Claims
When it comes to Social Security Disability matters, the process is complex. Many individuals who have applied for Social Security Disability benefits are denied and are not sure what to do next.
For over 26 years, Ruth Kimball has assisted many individuals who have been denied benefits with filing a Request for Reconsideration or Request for Hearing. Unlike many Social Security Disability lawyers, Ruth Kimball works with each client personally. She personally helps each client through the process, from initial appeal through the hearing. She also works with doctors and medical providers to develop the case for the Administrative Law Judge.
Ruth Kimball also possesses extensive knowledge in the medical field, a credential that is essential to Social Security Disability representation. Prior to practicing law, she managed a medical laboratory and worked in hospitals for 10 years as a Medical Technologist certified by the American Society of Clinical Pathologists.
Additional Assistance In Family Law, Adoption Matters
Ruth Kimball also offers assistance with various Family Law matters, including divorce and child custody. Many individuals who have decided to pursue a divorce may not be sure which attorney is right for them. Ruth Kimball's goal is always to aim toward an amicable settlement that is in the best interests of the children involved. She attempts to avoid costly and stressful litigation, focusing on meditation methods instead.
Ruth Kimball also assists with adoptions. As an adoptive mother of two adult children, she understands the process. If you are a stepparent or foster parent looking to adopt, she can assist. She often works with the Department of Health and Social Services on foster/adoption matters.