Need a Social Security Lawyer in Greenville, NC?

May 03, 2011 No Comments by

If you live in Greenville, NC, I am the Social Security lawyer at our firm that would be handling your case. In this article I will discuss the steps you need to take to get your claim started and how our firm can help you.

Step One: Call us at 1-866-425-5347 and we will send you some information to get you started.

Step Two: File a claim at the local Social Security Office. The local office is in at 2508 Charles Blvd, Greenville NC. Their phone number is (800) 772-1213 or (252) 758-1634. You may want to call ahead. When you file this claim you will need the following information: http://www.ssa.gov/online/ssa-16.html.

Step 3: Meet with your Social Security Lawyer in Greenville! I try to meet my clients at least twice  during this process. My legal assistant, Chasity, will set up some time for us to meet. Currently I am meeting clients at the Pitt Council on Aging at 4551 County Home Road, Greenville, NC 27858 via Pitt County Council On Aging » Greenville Location.

Step 4: If you go anywhere new for treatment, take any new medication, or have any new diagnosis, you need to call us and let us know so we can forward that information onto the Social Security Administration.

Step 5: After you apply for benefits, your case will be sent to DDS (Disability Determination Services) in Raleigh, NC. A examiner will be assigned to your case. The examiner may send you forms to fill out and may also send forms to 3rd parties for them to give their opinion about your daily activities. It is extremely important that you complete these forms as soon as possible and return them to the DDS examiner. In addition, DDS may send you to a consultative examination.

If you are disabled and live in Greenville, NC, just know that our lawyers specialize in Social Security Disability and are willing to assist you throughout your disability case. I look forward to meeting you!

 

 

 

 

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Kim obtained her undergraduate degree from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and her Law Degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is a strong advocate for the rights of the disabled and worked in the past for the North Carolina Department of Justice. She is a member of the North Carolina Advocates for Justice and the National Organization of Social Security Claimants Representatives. Kim is admitted to practice in the Eastern and Middle Districts of the United States District Court.