Learn Why Our Clients Proudly Endorse Us: Read Client Testimonials Here

We could go on all day about how awesome the Packard Law Firm Family is, but that may not do you any good. We completely understand that you need to be able to trust your lawyer and not feel like his opinions are biased. Which is why we encourage our clients to publicly share their personal experiences and critiques. Come see for yourself how we stack up to real client expectations.

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  • "...honest..."

    “Kirisits had hired the Packard Law Firm to do my Disability Claim & the two-paralegal people Stacy & Will did a great job in handling my case. They were very honest, and polite and understanding & helpful in every way. Therefore, I would recommend them & The Packard Law Firm to anyone, I am very happy with the Packard Law Firm they did a great job on everything for me.” P.Kirisits

  • "...considerate..."

    “Will has handled my case with concern and true professionalism – keeping me informed and updated throughout the whole process. He has provided me with resources that I was not aware were available. He has been most considerate and accommodating with every step of my way. I am very happy with the Packard Law Firm.” R.Sluder

  • "They exceeded all my expectations"

    “I greatly appreciate the Packard Law Firm. They exceeded all my expectations. I would and will recommend the Packard Law Firm. I would like to thank all the staff here but, especially Amanda. Thanks to the Packard Law Firm I won my case. I’m extremely happy and satisfied with the outcome. Thanks Packard Law Firm.” A.Soliz

  • "...didn’t have to do much of anything..."

    I thought the Packard Law Firm did an excellent job on our disability case. They always stayed in touch with us whenever we got a letter from SSI, they took care of all the legal things for us. Documents, doctor, everything was taken care of. We didn’t have to do much of anything and we won S. Bowen

  • "...very polite & informative..."

    I am grateful to the Packard Law Firm for handling my Social Security claim. I had tried several times myself & had even tried another lawyer but was informed that they no longer take Social Security cases. Since the beginning Packard was very polite & informative. Social Security thought since my cholesterol was good I’m perfectly healthy to go to work. Packard had to explain my illnesses Bipolar Disorder, Tardive dyscanesia, Carplyle Tunnel, & a foot problem & a cracked knee cap would qualify me for Social Security Disability. Thank the Lord & Packard for a generous fund for Social Security R. Ozuna

  • "...thanks..."

    To whom it may concern, The Packard Associates actually did a good job with my case. With good intentions once again thanks for a good job. S. Guzman

  • "...helpful with my case..."

    To whom it concern, Packard Law Firm was very helpful with my case. Helping me with everything, Will was very helpful explaining everything with me. I did wim my case in 5 months, the Packard Law Firm is # one to me. D. C.

  • "I will use them again..."

    I was very happy with the Packard Law Firm, they did a great job in handling my case. Very professional & kind. They explained everything that would happen and it did. I will use them again if I had too. R. Cotton

  • "...thank you so much for winning..."

    I would like to thank Packard Law Firm for helping me out on my disability case it has been very stressful. When I first came in Will advised me how long this case will take thank you so much for winning my case Packard Firm Thank you Stacy, Will you are awesome. E. Carreon

  • "When I came to Packard, I was treated with extreme kindness, understanding, and I knew that they would be my strongest advocate..."

    “My name is Alex. I worked as an anesthesiologist and this was a career I’d worked very, very hard for many years. I loved my career very much; it was part of my identity and I was very proud of obtaining this. Unfortunately, while I was working, I developed some serious medical conditions; one of them was having severe back pain that needed to be medically treated. The other one was even more devastating - it was a seizure disorder. Obviously, an anesthesiologist cannot work if they’re having seizures and I lost my career. I was devastated by this; I mourned this loss. During my journey, I had two cases: one was with the Social Security Department, the other one was with my private employer sponsored disability insurer. I applied, myself, on multiple occasions and was denied by both entities. This became a nightmare of denials, paperwork, setbacks… I felt like both systems had completely failed me. I had paid into the Social Security system, as well as the premiums for my private insurance, and they simply wanted to get rid of me. They wanted me to go away; I felt like I was being taken advantage of. There was also terrible financial pressure on myself. I worried very much about my family; we had three young children still at home, as well as my husband. There was a lot of uncertainty about how we would provide for ourselves since I could no longer work. To add to this, I was dealing with serious physical problems… severe back pain, seizures. I was least capable of defending myself against this system; I had nothing left to fight. At this point, I was becoming hopeless about our future; I didn’t know what to do. When I came to Packard, I was treated with extreme kindness, understanding, and I knew that they would be my strongest advocate. They worked very hard on two very complex cases; we were dealing with multiple medical problems that had been completely misunderstood, not only by my insurance companies, but also by some of my doctors. Dan Packard was the attorney I worked most with, but the entire firm was involved. He went through the fine print of everything and told me I was entitled to benefits I didn’t know about. We had a positive outcome - on both fronts - and I am extremely grateful to them for what they’ve done for my family and myself. I’ll never forget this.” “My name is Alex. I worked as an anesthesiologist and this was a career I’d worked very, very hard for many years. I loved my career very much; it was part of my identity and I was very proud of obtaining this. Unfortunately, while I was working, I developed some serious medical conditions; one of them was having severe back pain that needed to be medically treated. The other one was even more devastating - it was a seizure disorder. Obviously, an anesthesiologist cannot work if they’re having seizures and I lost my career. I was devastated by this; I mourned this loss.   During my journey, I had two cases: one was with the Social Security Department, the other one was with my private employer sponsored disability insurer. I applied, myself, on multiple occasions and was denied by both entities. This became a nightmare of denials, paperwork, setbacks… I felt like both systems had completely failed me. I had paid into the Social Security system, as well as the premiums for my private insurance, and they simply wanted to get rid of me. They wanted me to go away; I felt like I was being taken advantage of.   There was also terrible financial pressure on myself. I worried very much about my family; we had three young children still at home, as well as my husband. There was a lot of uncertainty about how we would provide for ourselves since I could no longer work. To add to this, I was dealing with serious physical problems… severe back pain, seizures. I was least capable of defending myself against this system; I had nothing left to fight. At this point, I was becoming hopeless about our future; I didn’t know what to do.   When I came to Packard, I was treated with extreme kindness, understanding, and I knew that they would be my strongest advocate. They worked very hard on two very complex cases; we were dealing with multiple medical problems that had been completely misunderstood, not only by my insurance companies, but also by some of my doctors. Dan Packard was the attorney I worked most with, but the entire firm was involved. He went through the fine print of everything and told me I was entitled to benefits I didn’t know about. We had a positive outcome - on both fronts - and I am extremely grateful to them for what they’ve done for my family and myself. I’ll never forget this.”

    A.Rudd