Top Meigs Disability Insurance Lawyers - Georgia

Attorneys Dell & Schaefer, Chartered is a nationwide law firm dedicated exclusively to disability insurance. We have represented thousands of disabled claimants with their claims for either short term disability, long term disability, or long-term care benefits against every major disability insurance company. Our law firm has a national reputation in the field of disability insurance law and...

  • 2209 North Toombs Street Valdosta GA 31602 30.8577 -83.2902

    For more than 10 years, William Long Whitesell, LLC, has provided knowledgeable, affordable legal counsel in criminal defense and other legal matters. Located in Valdosta, Georgia, our firm represents clients facing a variety of legal concerns: Criminal defense — With experience as both a solicitor and defense attorney, William Long Whitesell knows how to effectively handle criminal...

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    18 9th Street,Suite 303 Columbus GA 31901 32.462616 -84.99223

    When people are faced with situations involving Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), debt consolidation or bankruptcy, they turn to Carmichael Law Group. The team of attorneys in our law offices knows that it can be difficult for clients to face these serious legal issues on their own. Whether a client is trying to break free from extensive credit card debt or requires SSDI benefits in...

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    230 Northside Crossing Macon GA 31210 32.897175 -83.70338

    From offices located in Macon, Georgia, attorney Jon R. Hawk represents clients in personal injury wrongful death and workers' compensation claims throughout Middle Georgia and regularly handles cases in the Atlanta metro area. The Law Offices of Jon R. Hawk provides clients the additional benefit of having a staff nurse review their case to determine the full extent of medical needs...

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