Joshua Syme received his Juris Doctorate Magna Cum Laude, from Michigan State University College of Law in 2006. During Law School, Josh enjoyed his time at the Ingham County Prosecutors Office, where he received invaluable jury trial experience.
Josh began his career defending employers, third party administrators, and insurance carriers in workers’ compensation matters all over the Midwest. After witnessing the injustices committed by insurance companies against working men and women he decided to “switch sides” and use his talents to fight against those he used to defend. Since that time, he has recovered millions of dollars for both injured workers and social security claimants.
In 2013, Josh was named Managing Partner of PRW & Associates. He now focuses solely on fighting the Social Security Administration to ensure the disabled receive the benefits they have earned.
Josh is also a sports enthusiast and enjoys family time, travel and golf.
Linda Reed worked for the Social Security Administration for 16 years. During her career, she had worked in all areas of Social Security and SSI disability. In her 21 years of private practice, she has successfully represented over thousands of clients in obtaining their disability benefits.
She is an active member of the National Association of Disability Representatives. She enjoys volunteering with St. Vincent De Paul Society, and running half marathons in her spare time.
I graduated from the State University of New York at Brockport with a degree in Philosophy in the fall of 1995. After graduation I took a year off and then enrolled at Syracuse University’s College of Law in 1996. I graduated from law school in 1999 and then moved to Central Florida where I presently live with my wife and daughter. I have spent the majority of my adult life advocating for individuals with disabilities and hope to continue to do so in the future.
Shortly after graduating college Magna Cum Laude, Angelica Kingston began working for the Social Security Administration as a Claims Technical Examiner in Baltimore, MD. Witnessing the backlog of claims and the arduous wait times first hand is what ignited her passion for helping the disabled. Since then, she has been dedicated to advocating for claimants in obtaining their disability benefits. Ms. Kingston is fully bilingual and her native language is Spanish. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family.
Rick Gach began his career 25 years ago as a litigation paralegal assisting with workers’ compensation claims on behalf of injured workers. For the past 12 years, he has represented claimants at hearings before the Social Security Administration. He has attended over 1500 hearings before Administrative Law Judges. His litigation experience has helped him obtain much needed benefits for clients seeking disability and SSI benefits.
Rosa La Salle
Rosa La Salle began her career as a Social Security Paralegal in 2009. Growing up with a disabled father, she knows the struggles and hardships families go through when applying for disability benefits. Rosa is fluent in Spanish and English.
In her spare time, Rosa enjoys spending time with her family, reading watching movies and has an affinity for random pop culture trivia.