Joe Whitcomb founded Rocky Mountain Disability to help the people needing disability benefits. His work as one of the disability attorneys at the Social Security Administration makes him uniquely qualified to represent you in your claim. As a service disabled Veteran who fought for his own benefits when he was fresh out of law school, he is a great choice to help you fight for your entitlements.
Brandon Selinsky has been representing clients in front of the Social Security Administration since 2008. He has helped hundreds of people win their claims in front of dozens of Administrative Law Judges (ALJs). Brandon has represented claimants all over the country and at all levels of the appeals process. He is one of the lead disability attorneys for Social Security hearings for our Denver office.
Ken Enright is a VA-accredited attorney and US Army veteran, including a deployment to Baghdad from December 2007 through February 2009 as part of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Doug is a proven, seasoned trial attorney with over 32 years of litigation experience in State and Federal courts. He is well-versed at operating in dynamic atmospheres and is able to quickly adapt to the ever-changing demands of today’s legal environment. He has broad experience in developing, settling, mediating, and trying hundreds of cases in a wide array of practice areas in State and Federal Courts throughout the U.S. In addition to his comprehensive litigation practice, Doug has served as outside General Counsel, Consultant, Trainer/Coach/Mentor, Policy Writer, CLE presenter and academic teacher. Doug's extensive and thorough knowledge of the law and navigating litigation, allows him to provide his clients with a high standard of legal care on a more personal level.
Nathan began his legal career while in law school interning for the Hon. B. Waugh Crigler, United States Magistrate Judge for the Western District of Virginia (Ret). Nathan has spent his entire career representing people and/or family members and friends of individuals who have been injured or killed through no fault of their own. Nathan has worked on cases from “fender benders” to major catastrophic events caused by the negligence of other people, corporations, or the state and/or federal government. His compassion for his clients gives Nathan a better understanding of those who have experienced, or are experiencing, difficulties due to their injuries. This compassion and understanding, mixed with Nathan’s integrity and passion for fairness, is evident when counseling clients, working tirelessly to ensure the best outcome.