Eric B. Brown is an attorney who grew up in a small town in rural New Mexico. He attended Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah where he received a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Psychology. He then moved to Tulsa, Oklahoma to attend law school at the University of Tulsa College of Law.
He has a wife and four children. When he is not battling at work to protect the rights and dignities of his clients, he enjoys being at home with them. His hobbies and interests include raising backyard chickens, gardening and doing home improvement projects.
Having been preparing bankruptcy cases for the last 5 years, Eric has filed more than five hundred Chapter 7 cases to date. He enjoys the practice of bankruptcy because it allows him to truly help people at the time of their greatest financial need. His bankruptcy practice focuses on individual consumers with personal debt as well as small businesses needing to liquidate.
Eric also has a robust Social Security Disability practice where he has represented clients in close to one hundred Social Security hearings since he began practicing Social Security law. He has helped Social Security claimants get benefits who have both physical and mental disabilities. He enjoys this practice because it allows him to help those whose circumstances have rendered them unable to work. He is an advocate for those who have spent their whole working lives paying into an insurance system (our Social Security Disability system) that has now denied them the benefit of that insurance at the time of their greatest need.
Eric also works with Personal Injury clients that have been injured, due to no fault of their own, and he helps them get the treatment and compensation they need and deserve.