Charlotte Social Security Disability Attorney
If you live with a physical or mental disability, you don’t need us to tell you how difficult that can make life. On top of what you already deal with, trying to get your disability benefits written, filed, and approved without legal help can seem like a perplexing maze with no easy solution. Nationwide, and in the Charlotte area, disability court judges at the hearing level are approving fewer and fewer disability cases, which adds an extra level of uncertainty to the process. Our firm has seen this first-hand, and our attorneys put their experience to use to help clients like you get the social security help they need.
The goal of our Social Security lawyers is to make your life easier so you can successfully get the disability benefits to which you are entitled. Our firm has helped many people who have been turned down at the initial and reconsideration levels, and because of our success we are now expanding into Charlotte, North Carolina. Our attorneys are excited to start serving people in the Charleston ara and look forward to helping you win your disability claim or appeal.
We Help You Win Your Charlotte Social Security Disability Case By:
- Comprehensively analyzing your medical history and case
- Collecting your medical records and tests such as MRIs, X-rays, and EMGs that show the impact of your disability on your everyday life
- Gathering written opinions from doctors and other key sources for the SSD judge to review
- Looking for possible legal errors that a judge may have made, if your case was denied at the hearing level
- Accurately completing the paperwork and meeting all deadlines
- Appealing your denied Social Security case to the Appeals Council level or Federal District Court level, if needed
- Filing an additional disability claim if needed
How We Successfully File Your SSD Claim
Our Social Security disability attorneys at McChesney & Ours will help you file your disability claim so that you have the best chance of success. Since many cases are denied on the first attempt, we also write up your case specifically so that it is more likely to be reversed if an appeal is necessary. With good legal representation, your case can be easily appealed with well-documented proof – and SSD judges know that. Our lawyers will provide the necessary proof and be your advocates at every stage of your disability claim.
For the best possible outcome in your Social Security disability claim, give us a call to discuss your case before filing. Losing your case because of a technicality or because you didn’t file the paperwork correctly delays the process and adds financial and emotional burdens to your life. You can, however, start the process on your own by filing a claim at the Social Security Administration office at 2201 Coronation Boulevard in Suite 100.
Who Will Fight for You?
Paul McChesney, our founder, grew up in Spartanburg, SC and lives here along with his wife Anne. His father, Paul S. McChesney Jr, was the first family court judge in Spartanburg County.
Mark received his legal training in England. He has represented claimants before the Social Security Administration since 1996. He has a Masters’ Degree in Modern History and co-authored a book about capital courts-martial in the British army during the First World War. Mark is a member of the New York bar and has been associated with McChesney & Ours since 2011.
Caroline M. Rollins
Caroline is a graduate of the University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee (BA in History) and of Cumberland School of Law, Birmingham, Alabama where she served as Student Materials Editor of the American Journal of Trial Advocacy. She has been practicing law since 1988 and in the area of Social Security disability for over 30 years. She served as a Sr. Attorney for the Social Security Administration Office of Hearings and Appeals for 8 years. Since 2006, Caroline has been with McChesney & Ours where she speaks with clients, reviews files, and prepares Hearing Memos.
Jenifer is a 2014 graduate of Virginia College where she majored in legal studies. She began working at McChesney & Ours in 2016 as a paralegal. Jenifer has worked in case management, appeals, and Federal District Court work. In 2022, she became a non-attorney representative.
Our Team’s experience, knowledge, and passion for your case will be the winning difference as you fight to get disability benefits. For less stress and more success in the SSD claim process, please call us to make an appointment so we can help you with your disability case.
Disability in Charlotte, North Carolina
In Charlotte, 5.4% of people live with a disability. Their health problems include back trouble, heart issues, respiratory problems, arthritis, diabetes, the effects of strokes, and mental health problems.
Whatever health issues you deal with, we understand that it can affects all parts of your life – not just how you feel physically, but your finances, relationships, living situation, and mental well-being. Filing for disability benefits can be an extra stressor in an already complicated life, and we know you don’t need that. Our goal at McChesney & Ours is to lessen your stress and increase your peace so you can get back to living the best life you can in your circumstances.