Top Lexington Social Security Lawyers - North Carolina

The firm of O'Malley Tunstall, PLLC is dedicated to assisting the injured and disabled. Our firm began when Jimmie Keel first started the solo practice of law in 1983. He narrowed his practice to the civil practice of law with medical-legal related matters. Susan O'Malley joined Jimmie in 1995 and they first became law partners in 1998. The focus of the practice continued to narrow as the...

  • 1810 Westchester Drive,P.O. Box 2756 High Point NC 27262 35.943695 -80.03451

    Experienced North Carolina Litigation Law Firm At Morgan, Herring, Morgan, Green, & Rosenblutt LLP, we are a full-service law firm with the experience and the qualifications needed to provide effective and efficient legal counsel across a broad spectrum of legal matters. Founded in 1942 by J.V. Morgan, our staff of lawyers now includes partners James F. Morgan, James M. Green, Jr., and David...

  • 745 West Johnson Street,Suite B Raleigh NC 27603 35.787243 -78.650314

    J. Michael Duncan, Attorney at Law, is dedicated exclusively to representing clients with illness or injury whose Social Security disability claims have been denied. Mr. Duncan founded his Raleigh , North Carolina firm in 1993 out of a desire to help Social Security applicants with valid disability claims obtain the compensation they need. He began his career as a Social Security disability...

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    555 Fayetteville Street,Suite 201 Raleigh NC 27601 35.773243 -78.638954

    At Miller Law Group, PLLC, in Raleigh, North Carolina, we offer unmatched legal advocacy and support to individuals, families and business owners facing tough and complex legal challenges. Serving clients throughout the Raleigh metro region and all across the state, the attorneys at our law firm possess more than 30 years of combined legal experience, and we have achieved unprecedented success...

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