Emphasizing Wellness Is A Family Affair

July 8, 2020

Perspective from Tom Nash

I opened the doors of Nash Disability Law in 1989. As a former staff attorney for a Social Security Administrative Law Judge, I believed I could apply an insider’s perspective of Social Security to help clients win benefits, advocate for who those who were wrongfully denied benefits, and work to reverse those unfavorable rulings. When we represent a client, we realize that we are really helping the entire family overcome their struggles in the midst of a disability claim. The word family resonates deeply with me. And that is the way I think of all the people in this office and our clients—I think of them as family.

I have always strived to provide our clients with the absolute best legal staff. I am so proud of how they give their all to fight for our clients. But even the very best of us need help at times, and this pandemic has brought that to the forefront. We all know we are living in unusually stressful times. It is not only the COVID-19 pandemic, but also the social and political issues that we watch play out on the news every day.

Like you, the Nash Disability Law staff has to deal with the challenges and demands of life. That is why we provide our people free access to an Employee Assistance Program (EAP). Our Employee Assistance Program offers confidential assessments, short-term counseling, referrals and follow-up services to employees who have personal and/or work-related problems. I want to help our employees resolve their problems so they can focus on resolving your disability problems and because, like our clients, they are family.