Ken has been representing individuals with their Social Security claims for over 13 years. He is experienced at every level of the process—from the initial application to representation before an administrative law judge, where he has represented hundreds of individuals. If you are required to have a hearing before a judge, Ken makes sure that you are prepared for the hearing and comfortable with him as your representative—no surprises. Ken loves what he does—to Ken representing claimants before the Social Security Administration is a perfect combination of the legal and medical professions.
As a Social Security disability representative, Ken is required to take continuing education courses every year as outlined by the Social Security Administration. This instruction keeps him up to date with the Social Security Administration’s ever-changing rules and regulations. The most recent continuing education course work involved learning the new rules and regulations regarding Autism Spectrum disorder and an ethics course entitled “An Overview of Representative Responsibilities in Social Security Representation.”
Ken is a member of the National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives (NOSSCR), an association of more than 4,000 attorneys, non-attorney representatives, and paralegals who represent Social Security Disability Insurance and Supplemental Security Income claimants. Ken has represented claimants in Idaho, Oregon, Washington, California, Nevada and North Carolina.
An Idaho native, Ken is passionate about “everything outdoors.”
Kelly has been working with Ken for 13 years. Together they have helped hundreds of individuals successfully navigate the Social Security disability process. You will find Kelly knowledgeable, and importantly, a good listener, which is vital to understanding how a claimant’s impairments affect their functionality as it relates to employment. Kelly can be seen taking initial intake phone calls and can provide a quick analysis of your case.
Born in Washington State, Kelly considers the entire Pacific Northwest as her home.
A graduate from Boise State University, Sam interned with Ken Kimball in his last year of college. Sam is fluent in Spanish and although has gone forward with other ventures, he continues to act as an interpreter with Spanish-speaking clients when the need arises.