North Carolina Disability

May 15, 2011 No Comments by

At the Charles T. Hall Law Firm, we represent people with North Carolina disability claims with the Social Security Administration. There are a couple of things to emphasize here. First, we represent people in North Carolina. We are not based in the New York City area like Binder and Binder. We are based in Raleigh. We are not interested in cases from Brooklyn or Los Angeles. We stick to the knitting here in North Carolina. Second, all we do is Social Security. There are a lot of law firms that try to do workers compensation and personal injury and products liability and medical malpractice — and the occasional Social Security case. Social Security is not an afterthought with us. It’s our bread and butter. We’re organized to do Social Security the right way.

Representing people with North Carolina disability claims with Social Security isn’t easy. The Social Security Act and regulations are complicated. Social Security has an enormous manual. Even more important than all the things that are on paper is an understanding of the people who work at Social Security and how they operate. There’s a lot that’s not written down anywhere, things that can only be learned with experience.

There’s also the question of attitude. At the Charles T. Hall Law Firm, our attitude is that we must try our best to give you the best possible representation. This means, among other things that we meet with our clients in person and we return their phone calls. If that sounds like what every law firm should do, you’re right, but not every law firm does it.

There’s a lot at stake in your North Carolina disability claim with Social Security. We encourage you to look around, study the people who might represent you and to make an informed choice.

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Charles Hall is the lead attorney for the Charles Hall Law Firm in Raleigh, NC. He has been practicing in the Social Security Disability law field since 1979, is published, and is ready to help new clients win their benefits in North Carolina.