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Disability Justice launches inaugural nationwide advertising campaign: “Shattered”

July 6, 2015


Disability Justice wants to ensure that all disabled Americans get the best representation available to secure the benefits they deserve – that’s why our group has launched the nationwide advertising campaign, “Shattered.”


“Shattered” depicts what our clients have all experienced: the feeling of a life broken because of a disability that prevents them from working. We want anyone who is in this situation to know that you are not alone and that Disability Justice can help you get your life back. 


Partner Thomas Giordano, Jr. believes that "Shattered" will connect with those who are struggling to work because of a disability.


"I see clients all the time who are at their wits’ end and feel helpless when they cannot work because of their disability," Giordano said. "I hope that people who feel like they have nowhere to turn, who are stressed about their future and family, realize that there is help out there for them. I want them to know that they are not alone. Disability Justice can help them get the benefits they've paid for their entire working lives."


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