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No fooling around, seasoned support professionals add value to Clymer law firm: Meet Emily Clymer

On Behalf of | Apr 2, 2019 | Firm News |

On April 1, 1996, attorney Brian Clymer established his own firm focusing on representing injured workers in their workers’ compensation and Social Security Disability claims. A point of emphasis then, and still to this day, is to provide outstanding legal representation assisted by outstanding administrative and support professionals.

In the last year, we’ve welcomed three seasoned support staff, each of whom brings special talents to the firm. We’ve already introduced you to legal assistant Susan Polito (March 18) and administrative assistant Scott Christie-June (March 27). This week meet Emily Clymer, office administrator and bookkeeper. 

Meet Emily Clymer

Emily joined Brian Clymer, Attorney at Law in May 2018 as the Office administrator/bookkeeper.

Prior to coming to work for the firm, Emily worked for nearly five years at COPE Community Services, which provides public behavioral health services to Pima County residents.

During her time at COPE, Emily worked as a case manager, team leader, and jospital liaison. Emily provided support and coordination of care, helped members apply for AHCCCS, trained newly hired case managers, coordinated and supervised clinical services to members who were on Title 36 Court Ordered Treatment, and coordinated discharge planning when members were admitted to the hospital.

“I found it very rewarding to give back to my community through providing needed behavioral health services and saw the multiple barriers that exist that make it extremely difficult for people to access vital services,” Emily said.

Emily appreciates that in her current role she is able to assist the work we do in our office to help people get needed Social Security Disability and Workers’ Compensation benefits.

Emily is a lifelong Tucsonan. She is a proud graduate of Canyon Del Oro High School, where her father, Brian, and all his siblings also graduated, and the University of Arizona. Bear Down!