Justin Goldstein, Esq.
Justin Goldstein’s practice is primarily focused in Social Security appeals. He has been practicing Social Security Disability Law exclusively for many years. His experience ranges from the Administrative Law Judge hearing level to appeals brought before the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. His representation of Social Security claimants involves providing the legal services to successfully navigate the challenges that claimants encounter at all levels of the Social Security application and appeals process.
At the Law Office of Kenneth Hiller, Justin’s Social Security disability practice includes representing claimants from the application stage to the Court of Appeals. Through Justin and the able staff at the Law Offices of Kenneth Hiller, he will ensure that you will have the strongest case, regardless of where you stand in the Social Security Process. He brings experience from having argued thousands of cases in front of Administrative Law Judges and advocating for hundreds of claimants at the United District Court level. He has expert knowledge of the minute nuances of Social Security disability law and has attended multiple National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives (NOSSCR) conferences to continue his legal education. Justin aggressively advocates on his client’s behalf, and no matter where in the process the claimant is, the goal remains the same – obtain benefits for the client.
As a Central New York native, Justin enjoys spending his time outside the office with his family and friends. An avid sports fan, a large amount of Justin’s free time is divided between playing soccer and supporting Syracuse University athletics.
- Masters of Law in Health Law and Policy, Seton Hall University School of Law
- Juris Doctor, Gonzaga University School of Law
- Bachelor of Arts, Syracuse University
- New York State
- United States District Court for the Western District of New York
- United States District Court for the Northern District of New York
- Second Circuit Court of Appeals
- Social Security Administration
- National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives (NOSSCR)