About Balin Law

Balin Law emphasizes courteous, personalized, efficient and effective service for each and every client. We have branch offices throughout Northeast Ohio, so help is never too far away.

Severe transportation problems? Our Caremobile can provide at-home service.

During business hours, your call will never be answered by a machine. That said, we use the newest technology and computerized case management systems to handle your case with efficiency and accuracy. All claims are handled directly - none are farmed out to other firms. 

We take pride in offering the following:

  • Free Initial Consultations
  • Personal Care and Attention by Attorneys and Staff
  • Timely Responses to Your Questions or Concerns
  • Contingency Fee so we get paid only if we win your case
  • Consultation at any one of our Office Locations
  • Our mission is to serve the disabled and win them their much-needed and deserved disability benefits

Our Team

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Paulette F. Balin

Attorney

Paulette F. Balin has been practicing law for almost 34 years.

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Chad Delesk

Attorney

Chad Delesk earned a BA degree in Justice Studies from KentState University in 2001.

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Andrew November

Attorney

joined our firm following his graduation from Case Western Reserve University School of Law in May 2009.

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Mira Chopra

Attorney

Mira Chopra has been associated with our office since 2003, writing numerous briefs at the Federal Court level and representing clients at administrative hearings on a variety of issues.

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Amena Choudhury

Attorney

 Amena Choudhury joined our firm in 2010.

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Matthew Shupe

Attorney

Matthew Shupe graduated Magna Cum Laude with a BA in Cultural Anthropology and a BA in History from Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania in 2008.

Latest News  

21Jul

Balin’s winning strategy pays off

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Disability in AmericaThe increased prevalence of disability in the U.S. today cannot be overstated. According to the Social Security Administration, disability claims in 2013 totaled 2,640,100 – nearly twice as many as in 2000.“We’re faced...