by Tim Moore. Free Case Evaluation here. Most individuals, when they apply for disability in…
If you’re reading this page, you are either thinking of applying for disability in NC, you have applied and are waiting for an answer, or you have been denied on a North Carolina disability claim. If you have been denied, please visit these following pages to learn more about how an appeal is done.
If you would like assistance on your claim in Garner, you may contact our office using the form below. My name is Tim Moore and I am an Accredited Disability Representative, or ADR. This means that I am a member of the National Association of Disability Representatives and that I have also passed specialized national testing proctored by the Social Security Administration’s Office of the Inspector General.
In my particular case, I am also a former adjudicator, or disability examiner, who worked for the Social Security Administration’s North Carolina Disability Determination Services (DDS). Having this experience gives me quite a bit of insight into how the process really works and I use this experience to benefit my clients as we work to win their cases. If you need assistance, you may also contact our office at 919-278-7874.
Here are links to several pages that can answer questions about disability lawyers in NC. Representatives who handle SSD and SSI claims are paid a set fee that is a percentage of whatever back pay a person receives. This means that anyone can afford representation, there is no fee unless a case is won, and the fee is automatically deducted from the back pay award.
Free Case EvaluationSeventy Percent of disability applications are denied in North Carolina. Complete the form below to get help with your disability claim. We are local, we understand how the system works in NC, and our consultation is FREE. After submitting, please scroll to the bottom for the confirmation that your form was sent, and to copy our phone number if you have further questions.
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