Thomas J. Scully III is a resident of Lake County Indiana, and has represented Social Security claimants since 1984, exclusively focusing his practice in Social Security and SSI law since that time. He has handled thousands of cases representing the disabled, from initial applications through federal court appeals.
Mr. Scully is admitted to practice law in Indiana, Illinois and Pennsylvania. He is also admitted to the Federal Courts in the Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana, and to the Supreme Courts of Indiana, Illinois and Pennsylvania, as well as admitted to the United States Supreme Court. Additionally, Mr. Scully is admitted to the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims.
Graduating from Temple University in 1970 (BA), Mr. Scully went on to earn his law degree from Rutgers Law School at Camden in 1973 (JD). He began his career in law in 1973, working for the Army Corps of Engineers (1973-1974) and the Immigration & Naturalization Service Department of Justice (1974-1975). He opened his own practice in 1975 and also served as Deputy Prosecutor in Lake County, Indiana, from 1976 through 1978.
- Lake County Bar Association
- Indiana State Bar Association
- Chicago Bar Association – Past Chairman, Social Security Committee
- NOSSCR – National Organization of Social Security Claimant’s Representatives – 7th Circuit Board Director since 2007
- Military Service – 1965-1967
- Vietnam Veteran – 1966-1967
- Munster Rotary Club President – 1979-1980
- Highland Rotary Club Sustaining Member, Past President and Paul Harris Fellow
He is a resident of Lake County, Indiana, moving there from Illinois specifically to help Social Security Disability claimants because he has personally been there — right where you are now. He has not only helped many disability claimants but has been one himself and knows what it is like to be in dire need of help while trying to get benefits from our country. It is not what it used to be. He saw that there were many folks out there who needed his assistance, and the individualized, local service offered by this firm is the place he wanted to be to make that happen.
Practicing law was always a goal for Mr. Feska, who had worked for major companies in various industries throughout the U.S. for many years. So, when his children completed high school, he began his new career by graduating Cum Laude from UCLA in Los Angeles, California and obtaining his Law Degree from John Marshall Law School in Chicago, where he earned a CALl Award for excellence in Constitutional Law. He then fought for Workers Comp claimants and those suffering from personal injuries before beginning his career in Social Security Disability Law. To him, this battle for your benefits is one of the biggest challenges many people face and it is his desire to help those most in need of this help.
Mr. Feska is admitted to practice law in Illinois. He is also admitted to the Federal Court in the Northern Districts of Indiana and Illinois as well as to practice in front of the Social Security Administration throughout the U.S.
- Lake County Bar Association
- Illinois State Bar Association
- Chicago Bar Association-Social Security Committee
- National Organization of Social Security Claimant’s Representatives-Sustaining Member
She has experience handling litigation matters in social security disability law, insurance defense law, family law, personal injury law, immigration law, business law and health care law.
Maryam obtained her J.D. with a Concentration in Health Care from Indiana University McKinney School of Law. Throughout law school, Maryam participated in Moot Court, the Client Counseling Competition, was a member of the Health Law Society, and a Dean’s Student Advisory Board Member. She also spent a significant amount of time handling Pro Bono matters.
In addition, Maryam has an M.B.A. with a Concentration in Management from Loyola University Chicago’s Quinlan School of Business. She has also earned an Honors Bachelor of Science (with Distinction) in Psychology, from the University of Toronto. Maryam has lived in three different countries and speaks three languages: English, French and Persian (Farsi). As such, Maryam offers her clients a unique global perspective. Maryam is admitted to practice law in the Supreme Court of Indiana and in the Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana. She is also a member of the Lake County Bar Association and National Organization of Social Security Claimant’s Representatives-Sustaining Member.
He is a resident of Lake Station, Indiana, and graduated from Valparaiso University School of Law in 2013. While in law school he served as an Associate Editor of the Valparaiso University Law Review and student representative in the Low-Income Tax Clinic, where he developed a passion for helping the underprivileged in the community. Prior to law school, he received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Economics from Valparaiso University while also participating in the Christ College interdisciplinary honors program.
Mr. Matejczyk enjoys having an active role in his community. In 2015, Mr. Matejczyk was elected to serve as Judge of the Lake Station City Court hearing traffic cases, city ordinance violations, and local criminal matters. Mr. Matejczyk continues to serve as the Lake Station City Judge as a way to give back of his time. He also sits on the governing board of his local church.
In his free time, Mr. Matejczyk is an avid boater and enjoys spending time with his wife, daughter, cat and dog. Mr. Matejczyk is admitted to practice law in Indiana. He is also admitted to the Federal Court in both the Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana, as well as to practice in from of the Social Security Administration throughout the United States.