About Sima G. Aghai - Expert Los Angeles Employment and Disability Lawyer / Social Security Attorney

With over 20 years of experience securing Social Security and Long Term Disability benefits and workers’ rights, Law Offices of Sima G. Aghai has achieved a remarkable record of success.

Social Security has its own laws and regulations. Success requires an attorney with intimate knowledge of the system that works with clients to capture the minute details of their case at the start and closely shepherds that case through the system.

Sima Aghai’s seven years of experience as a Senior Attorney Advisor at the Social Security Administration, provides our firm with a deep knowledge of every aspect of Social Security law. We understand the system because we worked in the system.

In the same way, we have won our clients’ claims for proper wages and overtime compensation as well as meal and rest breaks. We protect every aspect of workers’ rights from being harassed, discriminated against, demoted, or wrongfully discharged. We get results for our clients.

Engaging our services is simple. Call us for a free consultation so that we may evaluate your claim and determine how we can help you. Contact our Los Angeles employment attorney / lawyer and social security disability attorney / lawyer today at (888) 954-0064 for a an appointment, or fill out our free evaluation form and we will contact you.
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Sima G. Aghai, JD, MBA
7827 Westminster Boulevard
Westminster, California 92683
Toll Free (888) 954-0064
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Social Security Disability
Supplemental Security Income
Long Term Disability
Disabiling Impairments
About Disabling Impairments
Musculoskeletal Injuries and Related Illnesses
Chronic Diseases
Psychiatric Impairments
Disability in Children
Disability Benefits
Workers Rights/Employment
Wage & Hour Disputes
Failure to Pay Minimum Wage
Failure to Pay Overtime Wage
Failure to Compensate for Missed Breaks
Misclassification of Employees as Independent Contractors
Pay Stub Violations
Failure to Pay Earned Wages Timely