User:David Traver

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I am a lawyer licensed in the State of Wisconsin in the United States. I work to win a subsistence living for those who cannot work due to their disabilities. I also work on behalf of disabled children to help families overcome the financial and medical burdens caused by a child's disabilities. Due to America's antiquated and demonically inefficient disability adjudication system, thousands have been improperly denied basic subsistence and health care. Disability advocacy is an interesting profession, which gives me the opportunity to meet many disabled and disadvantaged people, and to work for many of them. Hopefully, I help move things in the direction of goodness for those in need.

I have a bachelor and master degrees in education (vocational rehabilitation with a specialty in vocational evaluation) from the University of Wisconsin-Stout. My Juris Doctor is from the University of Wisconsin Law School.

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Attorney David F. Traver, Traver & Traver, S.C. 401 E. Kilbourn, Suite 400 Milwaukee, WI 53202

262-594-2096

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  • Ethically Eviscerating Vocational Testimony: Techniques in Proper Positioning of White Oak Stakes - Ethics, National Organization of Social Security Security Claimants' Representatives, Seattle Washington, November 3, 2016;
  • Fractured Fairy Tales from Vocational Experts and their Numbers. Ethical Issues that arise under the Model Rules in the Cross-examination of Vocational Experts who present baseless, fabricated, and possibly fraudulent testimony. Orlando Florida, Workers' Compensation Institute, Sponsored by Elder Law Section of the Florida Bar, August 23, 2016;
  • Dead Sea Scrolls, the DOT and Other Antiquities Revealed: The Archaeological Record, National Association of Disability Representatives, May 3, 2012, Philadelphia;
  • Mock Cross Examinations of Vocational Experts with Post-Hearing and Federal Court Briefing Strategies: Techniques in Field Dressing, National Association of Social Security Disability Representatives, Philadelphia, May 3, 2012;
  • Using Vocational Resources to Unhinge Vocational Experts, Wisconsin Judicare, Inc., Wausau Wisconsin, October 21, 2011;
  • Advances in Trench Warfare, Attacking Expert Testimony, National Organization of Social Security Security Claimants' Representatives, San Francisco, California, October 17, 2009;
  • Cross Examination of the Vocational Expert, Eighth Circuit Social Security Disability Conference, Des Moines, Iowa, August 14, 2009;
  • Myth Busting—Methods of Debunking Vocational Testimony, National Association of Social Security Claimant’s Representatives, St. Louis, Missouri, October 20, 2007;
  • Effective Cross Examination Strategies, National Association of Disability Representatives, Boston, April 6, 2006;
  • The Edgar Bergen & Charlie McCarthy Show: Who is the Real Dummy at Your Next Hearing? More Approaches to Vocational Expert Testimony, National Association of Social Security Claimants' Representatives, Boston, April 7, 2006;
  • Getting Maximum Benefits for Your Social Security Disability Clients in Wisconsin, National Business Institute, Milwaukee Wisconsin, April 27, 2006;
  • Understanding and Responding to Vocational Evidence, Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum, Indianapolis, Indiana, May 17, 2006;
  • Vocational Science and Vocational Fiction at the Social Security Administration, Eighth Circuit Social Security Practitioners, Omaha, Nebraska, August 11, 2006;
  • Introduction to SSI Disability, a One-Day Intensive Seminar, Maximus Inc., Milwaukee, Wisconsin, March 9, 10, 16, and 17, 2005 (four one-day seminars);
  • More Fractured Fairy Tales - Techniques in Field Dressing Vocational Expert Testimony, National Organization of Social Security Claimants' Representatives, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 12, 2004;
  • Workers Compensation and Social Security Disability Issues in Wisconsin, Lorman Educational Services, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, February 14, 2003;
  • Fractured Fairy Tales: Vocational Experts and their Numbers, National Organization of Social Security Claimants' Representatives, San Francisco, California, October 31, 2002;
  • Introduction to SSI Disability, a One-Day Intensive Seminar, Maximus Inc., Milwaukee, Wisconsin, May 31, 2001 and June 1, 2001 (two one-day seminars); and
  • Handling a Social Security Disability Case in Wisconsin, National Business Institute, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, August 18, 2000.

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