Katherine Hohn Boettcher
Katherine Boettcher’s practice areas include administrative representation of Social Security Disability claimants and representation of injured federal workers before OWCP and ECAB.
A native of Muskogee, Oklahoma, Ms. Boettcher knows what it’s like to have a serious injury and be unable to work. She experienced it in her life and learned just how difficult it is to pay the bills without assistance. That’s why she started Boettcher Law Firm PC and dedicated her career to helping hardworking people get disability benefits.
Ms. Boettcher served for three years as a law clerk for the Honorable Judges Bridges, Small and Wardell in Washington State Superior Court. Katherine was an associate at the law firm of Jeffers Danielson Sonn & Aylward, PC., working primarily in real estate litigation. She later became in-house counsel for a real estate developer in Washington State. After practicing law in Washington State, she returned to Oklahoma where she is an advocate for people in need of Social Security Disability Insurance and Social Security Income. Ms. Boettcher is a Sustaining Member of the National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives (NOSSCR) and the American Bar Association.
John Thomas-Hohn Knapp
Mr. Knapp’s primary practices areas include federal appellate advocacy for Social Security claims and injured federal worker representation before OWCP and ECAB.
Before joining The Boettcher Law Firm PC, Mr. Knapp served as in-house counsel to several healthcare companies in Austin, TX and Abu Dhabi, UAE where he oversaw a variety of operational and legal matters, such as corporate governance, regulatory compliance, business negotiations, and litigation.
Mr. Knapp has also worked at the General Services Administration’s Office of Suspension, Debarment, and Contract Remedies and the Federal Acquisition Regulation Staff. While in law school, Mr. Knapp held positions at the United States Court of Federal Claims and the United States District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma. From 2007 to 2012, Mr. Knapp worked as a compliance director for an investment advisory firm with over seven billion dollars in assets under management.