Disability Justice is pleased to welcome Joseph M. Squadroni as an associate attorney. Mr. Squadroni is a recent graduate from Widener University School of Law, and earned his bachelor’s degree in philosophy, politics and economics from the University of Pennsylvania.
While in law school, Mr. Squadroni held four legal internships, including one with Honorable Judge Wendy L. Pew in the Philadelphia Municipal Court. At Disability Justice, he focuses his practice exclusively on representing disabled Americans throughout the U.S. and defending their rights to benefits they have earned.
Mr. Squadroni is a passionate advocate for the disabled, and takes pride in his role as a defender of our clients’ rights.
“As an attorney, part of my responsibility is to be an advocate for my client,” he said. “It is a responsibility I not only embrace, but one that made me gravitate toward becoming a lawyer in the first place. Being an advocate is something we pride ourselves on here at Disability Justice. In my role as a Social Security disability attorney, I am given a special opportunity to advocate on behalf of our clients, working class citizens whose lives have been derailed by disabilities. I consider it a privilege to fight on behalf of our clients to secure the rights and protections they’ve earned.”