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Brod Disability Law - Greensboro, NC

517 Simpson Street Greensboro, NC 27401 - 2020

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Updated: 03/02/2024

Greensboro Social Security -- Disability Law Firm


Brod Disability Law is dedicated to Social Security law. We guide people from their initial application for Social Security Disability Insurance and Supplemental Security Income through every step of the appeals process. We offer free consultations, and there is no attorney fee unless the case is won.

About Brod Disability Law


  • English

Practice Areas

  • Social Security -- Disability Law 100%
  • Disability
  • Government Agencies & Programs
  • Insurance


  • 100%




  • Janelle M. Tharp, Paralegal, Notary Public, NCCP, General Office Manager
  • Maureen Wardlaw, Paralegal


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Office Information


517 Simpson Street Greensboro, NC 27401 - 2020

Office Hours



  • 336-378-0950

Other Offices

Brod Disability Law 154 Huffman Mill Road Suite 104 Burlington, NC 27215 336-646-7824

Brod Disability Law 730 South Scales Street Reidsville, NC 27320 336-330-1877

Brod Disability Law 615 St. George Square Court Suite 300 Winston-Salem, NC 27103 336-290-6198

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By Nancy B. on May. 25, 2020

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Karen Brod is a fine attorney, very sensitive to client needs. The office staff at Brod Disability Law is very helpful too. A good experience.

By Anonymous on May. 25, 2020

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Very professional and knowledgeable about the law. The office staff and attorney put me at ease, answering all my questions.

By Anonymous on Mar. 16, 2020

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Karen Brod is extremely knowledgeable and was very helpful in explaining the system. The office staff was also professional in answering all my questions.

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