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Andrew November’s Bio


Andrew November Is The shareholder Of Liner Legal, LLC.

Andrew joined Liner Legal as a shareholder in 2017.  Since graduating from Case Western Reserve University School of Law in 2009, Andrew’s practice has focused exclusively on disability litigation. Andrew has experience representing Social Security Disability applicants from the initial application stage all the way through the Federal Court level. Primarily, Andrew appears at hearings before Administrative Law Judges. During his career, Andrew has handled over 2,000 such hearings.

In addition to Social Security Disability claims, Andrew is recognized as an accredited attorney by the United States Department of Veteran Affairs to help our Nation’s veterans with claims for Service Connected Disability benefits.  Andrew has personally appeared before Decision Review Officers and the Board of Veterans Appeals for his clients.

Andrew’s advocacy also extends to those individuals who are Deaf or hard of hearing. Andrew’s focus is on Deaf discrimination as well as the denial of effective communication.  Since 2015 Andrew has served on the Deafness Advocacy Committee for the Cleveland Hearing & Speech Center.  While conversational in American Sign Language, Andrew is working continuously to become fully fluent.  Andrew is completely taught by his wife Keri.  Keri, born profoundly Deaf, earned a M.A. degree in teaching American Sign Language from Columbia University in New York.

Pursuing a claim for social security disability benefits requires determination, patience and perseverance.


  • Education

    Case Western Reserve University School of Law – Juris Doctorate Degree

    University of Cincinnati – Bachelor’s Degree

  • Memberships and Associations

    Supreme Court of Ohio,

    United States District Court for the Northern District,

    United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit,

    Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association; Disability Section Chair,

    Department of Veterans Affairs Accreditation

    Disability Rights Bar Association

    West Shore Bar Association