Profiles

Lonnie BoylanMy name is Lonnie Boylan. I am married with two daughters, one son and four grandchildren.

I attended the Dallas Theological Seminary, Dallas, TX. I served in the U.S. Navy and left military service as a Vietnam Combat Veteran. After military service, I pursued a career as a Civil Servant with the Social Security Administration, Office of Disability Adjudication and Review. I continued my career path with the Department of Labor, in the Office of Workers Compensation Programs. I retired from OWCP as a Quality Claims Management, Journeyman Claims Examiner.

My wife grew a bit weary of me golfing full time so I went to work with a law firm in Dallas, TX assisting with the development and caseload management of the OWCP department for 3 years. After a few years, Marie and I decided to step out in faith and form Boylan and Associates. This business is based and operated on our Christian values and Christian faith. I treat each and every client in the same manner that I wish to be treated. I will Fight to Win!

Marie BoylanMy name is Marie Boylan. I am married with one son, two daughters and four grandchildren.

I began my government career with the State of Texas, Texas Employment Commission, which is currently the Texas Workforce Commission. After three years with the State, I pursued my career as a Civil Servant with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of the Inspector General. I went on to work with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

I then continued my career path with the U.S. Social Security Administration, Office of Disability Adjudication and Review as a Legal Assistant to a Federal Administrative Law Judge. It was from this office that I retired from Federal service. I truly loved Federal service and always felt so honored that I had the opportunity to be blessed with a career in the U.S. Federal Government. After a few years, I did re-enter the workforce with the State of Texas, Texas Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services. I retired a second time as a State employee.

Currently, I am working with my wonderful husband, Lonnie, who has taught me the value of fighting for what you believe in. I want all of you to know that Lonnie is a fighter and he fights all the way up the chain of command to win for his clients. He does that because he truly cares. His heart is in this business and he loves what he does. This business is based on Christian values and a Christian faith. If you have the love in your heart to do what you love best, you can never fail.