Attorney Mac Schneider focuses on providing effective representation while treating his clients with empathy and respect. As an experienced Social Security disability attorney, Mac has helped dozens of hard working North Dakotans and Minnesotans reverse previous denials at hearings before administrative law judges and has also represented claimants at the Appeals Council and federal district court levels....More
Attorney Scott Haider is an associate working out of the Fargo office of Schneider, Schneider & Schneider. His diverse experiences as an attorney include assisting in the successful resolution of Social Security disability claims, personal injury cases, multi-district products liability litigation (In Re: Biomet M2a Magnum Hip Implant Products Liability Litigation (MDL 2391), and long-term disability insurance disputes.
A zealous advocate, Scott's successfully represented clients before administrative law judges. He has also successfully advanced appeals in federal district court on behalf of claimants who were wrongly denied disability benefits by the federal government and large insurance companies. Scott also assists small business clients in the area of business entity formation and represents those who have been injured through the negligence of others in the personal injury cases.
Scott is actively investigating potential defective drug claims involving Xarelto (Xarelto Products Liability Litigation (MDL 2592)), a blood thinning drug that has been linked to serious complications including internal bleeding. If you or a loved one has experienced these complications while taking Xarelto, please contact Schneider, Schneider & Schneider at 1-800-288-4481. Scott also represents clients involving the Bair Hugger medical device in the Forced Air Warming Devices Products Liability Litigation (MDL 15-2666). If you or a loved one had a hip, knee, or open heart surgery and developed a serious infection that required hospitalization, please contact Schneider, Schneider & Schneider at 1-800-288-4481.
Scott is a graduate of the University of North Dakota School of Law. During law school, Scott was a law clerk with Schneider, Schneider & Schneider in the firm's Grand Fork's office. He also competed in the moot court competition, was a member of the legal fraternity Delta Theta Phi, assisted with the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program, and was active in the Environmental Law Society and Energy Law Association. Scott was also a co-author on the publication, "North Dakota Wind Energy Leasing Considerations" which discussed the exploration and development of North Dakota's wind energy.
Scott is a native of Burlington, North Dakota and earned his bachelor's degree in Political Science from the University of North Dakota in 2008. In his spare moments, he enjoys golfing and spending time at the family's lake cabin in northern Minnesota with his wife Jordyn and children Jaxon, Finnley, and Elliott.