“I joined HensonFuerst because, as a whole, the firm is genuinely concerned with the well-being of its clients. It’s a privilege to be part of this kind of working environment.”
Eric Goodale joined the HensonFuerst team in 2012 with nearly 10 years of experience in Social Security Disability law. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in political science with a minor in business administration from Penn State University in 1997, where he was a member of the Golden Key National Honor Society. In 2000, Eric graduated with his Juris Doctorate from Albany Law School.
During law school, Eric served as a member of the American Inn of Court, worked for the New York State Attorney General’s Office and New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, and worked with the Honorable Anthony J. Carpinello in the New York State Supreme Court, Appellate Division. After law school, Eric spent four years in a general practice law firm in Syracuse, New York. For the past seven years, Eric has practiced exclusively in Social Security Disability law for a nationwide disability law firm in Washington, D.C.
I pride myself on being as honest and approachable as possible. I’m an open book—what you see is what you get. I hope this approach will make my clients’ experiences as easy as possible.
I became a lawyer because I have a genuine interest in providing help to those who may not be able to assist themselves.
I’m a sports fanatic. I particularly love volleyball, tennis, and racquetball. Beyond sports, I enjoy traveling with my wife, Robin, and spending time outside with my dog, Sydney. I also consider myself a connoisseur of microbrews and fine wine.
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