Charles T. Hall


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Board Certified Social Security Disability Law Specialist

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Charles T. Hall began his private practice in 1979, specializing in Social Security Disability Law since that time. He began the Charles T. Hall Law Firm in January of 2001. The friendly firm now has five attorneys on staff, two of which are Board Certified Social Security Attorneys. He and his staff, including attorneys and legal support, have represented more than 11,000 Social Security disability claimants over the years. Charles believes that every client deserves personal attention, and he has designed his firm to make sure that this is possible. He takes each case seriously and is honored to be chosen to represent North Carolinians in winning their Social Security Disability Benefits.

Charles graduated from Duke University with an undergraduate degree in 1972, and he earned his J.D. at the University of North Carolina Law School in 1975 from the University of North Carolina. He has been a Member of the North Carolina State Bar since 1975. He served as the President of the National Organization of Social Security Claimants Representatives (NOSSCR) in 1985-1986, Vice President of the NOSSCR from 1985-85, was a Member of the Board of Directors of NOSSCR from 1980-1996 and 2002-2003, served as Chair of the North Carolina Social Security Specialization Committee from 2002-2008, and was a Member of the NC Social Security Specialization Committee from 2008-2009.

He has served as a public speaker on numerous Social Security Issues, including engagements for the Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers Union, WPTF Radio, WRQX Television, Campbell University Law School, North Carolina Central University Law School, Triangle Chapter of the American Institute of CPAs, Triangle Chapter of the Lupus Foundation, Fayetteville Arthritis Support Group, and the NC AIDS Network. In addition, he has presented at numerous Continuing Legal Education Seminars, presenting to other lawyers. These seminars have included the National Organization of Social Security Claimants Representatives (22 times), NC Bar Association (11 times), Legal Services of the Lower Cape Fear (2 times), East Central Community Legal Services (2 times), North Carolina Advocates for Justice (3 times), South Carolina Bar Association, Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association, Society of Law and Medicine, Continuing Legal Education Satellite Network, North Carolina Legal Services, Lumbee River Legal Services, University o f North Carolina Festival of Legal Learning, and the Wake Forest University Law School CLE (2 times).

Charles also wrote Social Security Disability Practice in 1989, along with subsequent editions in each year from 1990-2009. This book is purchased by other lawyers throughout the country to serve as a guide on how to represent their clients in Social Security Disability cases. He has also written one chapter in Social Security Practice Guide, and he is the sole author of the Social Security News Blog.

While Charles attended both Duke University and the University of North Carolina, he enjoys watching Duke Sports during his free time.
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