Nicole Moberg is a practicing attorney based out of Central Minnesota. She graduated from Mitchell Hamline School of Law in May 2017 and is a member of the Minnesota Bar. She completed her undergraduate in May 2013 at the University of Wisconsin – Superior with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Legal Studies with a minor in Global Studies and studied abroad in Scotland.
The first time Nicole helped someone obtain their Social Security Disability benefits was in 2010, after Nicole’s father suffered a debilitating stroke. After college, Nicole continued to help people by joining a law firm that specializes in Social Security Disability. Nicole worked there through law school and continued her work as a licensed attorney. Nicole enjoys being able to help people understand the disability process and finally receive the benefits they’ve been waiting for.
In her personal life, Nicole enjoys spending time with her family and taking in some of life’s finer things – a good book, strong coffee, and a wee dram of Scotch.
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