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Pond Lehocky Disability Associate Brynn Lapszynski spoke with National MS Society

Pond Lehocky Disability Associate Brynn Lapszynski spoke with members of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society’s Main Line support group on May 4 during a virtual meeting. The presentation was attended by members of the MS community. They gathered virtually to learn about the application process for Social Security disability.  

I think the firm’s partnership with non-profit organizations is our most important work as it allows us to reach often underserved populations from a diverse background,” Lapszynski said.  

Lapszynski is an associate attorney at Pond Lehocky Disability where she focuses her practice exclusively on defending the rights of the disabled. She began her career at Pond Lehocky Disability working in the Firm’s headquarters in Philadelphia. In 2014, she moved to New York to establish the firm’s New York office. Lapszynski has represented disabled individuals in more than 1,000 hearings within the five boroughs, Nassau, Suffolk and Westchester counties, as well as northern New Jersey. She received her law degree from Widener University School of Law and her undergraduate degree from St. John’s University in Queens, New York.  She is admitted to practice law in New York State and was recently granted admission to Federal Court in the Southern District of New York.  

The National MS Society helps each person affected by MS in our area address the challenges of living with MS. They help by raising funds for cutting-edge research, driving change through advocacy, facilitating professional education and providing programs and services that empower people with MS and their families to move their lives forward. The Greater Delaware Valley Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware and raise funds for critical MS research. The Main Line support group is part of the Greater Delaware Valley Chapter.

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