A native of north Baltimore, Curtis graduated from the University of Virginia School of Law in 2001. After working as the primary Social Security attorney at two small law firms in Charleston, West Virginia and Baltimore City, Curtis opened the Law Office of Curtis Cooper, LLC in 2007 to focus on providing top notch representation to his own clients in employment and disability benefits matters. From the beginning of his legal representation, Curtis Cooper takes time to learn the facts of his clients’ cases. He then presents strong evidence and legal arguments on behalf of his clients, challenging opponents every step of the way. As a parent of a child with disabilities, he has a special understanding of the difficult situations which many of his clients face. Curtis is co-chair of the Maryland Association for Justice’s Disability Benefits Section, and he is an active member of the Maryland Employment Lawyers Association.
Gerardine Delambo represents individuals in their employment problems, Unemployment Insurance appeals, Social Security Disability and SSI claims and appeals, will drafting, consumer bankruptcy petitions and personal injury cases. She is a graduate of the University of Baltimore School of Law; a member of the Maryland State Bar and the U.S. District Court, District of Maryland; and has represented clients in Maryland since 2006. Prior to becoming a lawyer, Gerardine worked for many years at the Maryland State Retirement and Pension System.
“Nick” McDaniels is the founder of McDaniels Law, LLC. He is also a full time Law and Leadership instructor in Baltimore City Schools, where he serves as a shop steward in the Baltimore Teachers Union. In addition, Nick is the co-founder of the Kerr Team of ExecuHome Realty, a full-service real estate team with a social justice mission. Like Curtis Cooper, Nick is a proud member of the National Lawyers Guild. A graduate of the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law, Nick practices primarily in the areas of employment matters, landlord/tenant law, estate planning, contract drafting and review, and real estate transactions. He lives in Thurmont in Frederick County, Maryland with his wife and daughter.
Gregg Mosson focuses on representing employees in claims of illegal discrimination, retaliation, disability rights violations, wrongful termination and owed wages. He also represents people seeking Social Security disability benefits and family members navigating the complexities of separation, divorce, custody, alimony, marital asset and retirement distribution disputes. A summa cum laude graduate of the University of Baltimore School of Law, Gregg brings a solutions-oriented approach and strategic thinking to help his clients succeed. His legal articles and scholarship have appeared in the University of Baltimore Law Review, Western State University Law Review, Maryland Bar Journal, and Trial Reporter of the Maryland Association for Justice.
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