Lawrence D. Rohlfing
Lawrence D. Rohlfing has practiced disability law since 1985. He represents the disabled, representing clients in disputes before the Social Security Administration, and in the United States District Courts, the United States Courts of Appeal, and the United States Supreme Court. Because he has been involved in thousands of disability claims and has trained other disability lawyers, he brings considerable experience and expertise to individuals with disability claims under Social Security and ERISA. He maintains offices in Santa Fe Springs, and represents clients throughout California.
An experienced and effective appellate attorney, Mr. Rohlfing has argued disability and other benefit entitlement claims in more than one hundred cases in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals and the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals. He has presented briefs in three cases to the United States Supreme Court, and argued Black & Decker Disability Plan v. Nord before the United States Supreme Court in April 2003.
Mr. Rohlfing is a sustaining member of the National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives (NOSSCR) and has served as its president. Mr. Rohlfing is the past chair of the Los Angeles County Bar Association Social Security Section. Mr. Rohlfing has presented numerous papers to bi-annual meetings of NOSSCR, the Los Angeles County Bar Association Social Security Section, the Beverly Hills Bar Association, the Southeast Bar Association of Los Angeles County, and the National Business Institute.
Mr. Rohlfing earned his undergraduate degree from Whittier College in 1982, and graduated cum laude from Whittier Law School in 1985. Mr. Rohlfing and his wife, Maggie, are the proud parents of seven children. He has long been active in his community, managing baseball and softball teams, coaching football, and serving as the elder at La Habra Christian Church.
Areas Of Practice
- Social Security 95%
- Benefit Litigation 5%