Atcheson & Kepler

1901 First AvenueSuite 184San Diego, CA 92101- 0307

Updated: 11/18/2017

Overview

Our firm specializes on work injuries under laws of State of California and under the Federal LongShore & Harbor Workers Act.  We also offer assistance for Social Security Disability claims that have been denied. We have been actively involved in providing this type of legal assistance for over 20 years.  If you have questions or concerns, we will be happy to speak with you.

Office Info

Previous Law Firm Name

  • Law Offices of Stewart Atcheson

Languages

  • Spanish

Practice Areas

  • Workers' Compensation Law, California law & Longshore Act 50%
  • SSI/Social Security -- Disability 50%

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Office Information

Address

1901 First AvenueSuite 184San Diego, CA 92101- 0307

Office Hours

8:30 am to 6:00 pm - Evening and Weekends Available

Fax

  • 619-231-7079

Email

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