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13 Dec

Taking a Workers’ Comp Settlement in North Carolina: Should You, or Should You Not?

Taking a Workers’ Comp Settlement in North Carolina: Should You, or Should You Not?

If you have been injured on the job, then your employer may offer you a workers' compensation settlement.  These settlements can take two...

21 Oct

What to Expect from a Social Security Disability Lawyer in Rocky Mount or Wilson North Carolina

What to Expect from a Social Security Disability Lawyer in Rocky Mount or Wilson North Carolina

The first step to knowing what to expect from a lawyer for Social Security Disability is why you need them? The primary reason for hiring an...

8 Sep

We are debuting our new website to better serve our clients!

We are debuting our new website to better serve our clients!

We are so proud to launch our new website celebrating our 15 years as a law firm and my 30 years as a practicing attorney. There are many new...

8 Sep

How to Know if You Have a Workers Compensation Claim

How to Know if You Have a Workers Compensation Claim

Your employer must provide a safe workspace for you.  If  you have been injured, as a result, you could have a claim for worker’s...

7 Sep

Do I Qualify for Social Security Disability if I Catch the Coronavirus?

Do I Qualify for Social Security Disability if I Catch the Coronavirus?

Today, the world is experiencing a public health crisis of historic proportions. Since the Chinese government first alerted the World Health...

7 Sep

Factors Why Your Social Security Disability Claim Was Denied

Factors Why Your Social Security Disability Claim Was Denied

If your Social Security Disability claim was denied, you are far from alone. Social Security statistics show that the majority of applicants are...

7 Sep

Here is How a Social Security Attorney Can Help with Your Application for Benefits

Here is How a Social Security Attorney Can Help with Your Application for Benefits

According to the Social Security Administration’s statistics, 72% of applicants are rejected upon their initial application for disability...