Christina Miller was born and raised in Chico, California. She studied Communication and Rhetoric, as well as, Legal Studies at the University of San Francisco. She graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in 2004. During her tenure at the University, she was honored by being selected as a Davies Scholar and was a founding member of the debate team.
Christina’s education continued as part of Supervisor Sandoval’s team during his time on the Board of Supervisors for the City of San Francisco. She wrote resolutions that were presented to the Board of Supervisors and advocated for the rights of Latino constituents.
Christina worked with a Northern California law firm for over a decade independently managing the firms Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income cases. She also carried an inventory of over 150 Worker’s Compensation cases and completed the Insurance Education Association’s PD Rating and AMA Guides program.
Christina passed the Social Security Administrations rigorous EDPNA examination and became an accredited disability representative.
Christina started this firm based on the belief that disabled adults and children deserve to be represented by a firm that specializes in SSA disability claims. She treats clients like members of her family and is personally invested in ensuring that their cases move as quickly and painlessly as possible. She specializes in claims involving adults with spine injuries, children’s disability issues and coordinating benefits to ensure that her clients are receiving everything they deserve.
Christina currently resides in the Solano County area with her husband and daughter.