Who We Are

Tennessee Social Security appealsMcCarthy, Murphy & Preslar, P.C.

Our lawyers actively practice only in the areas of Social Security Disability, and Supplemental Security Income claims. We are members of the National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives (NOSSCR). Unlike many other law firms who only practice part-time in this area while also handling worker’s compensation and personal injury cases, we have chosen to dedicate ourselves exclusively to the practice of Social Security law.  We feel this allows us to provide superior representation to our disabled clients.

We have much experience representing individuals with many different kinds of disabilities.  Such cases include disability caused by degenerative disc disease, arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, seizures, brain injury, COPD, asthma, kidney disease, learning disorders, heart disease, blindness, hearing loss, vertigo, neurological conditions, Multiple Sclerosis (MS), diabetes, neuropathy, depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, anxiety and many others.

Because Social Security cases are a federal administrative practice, our attorneys can handle these cases in any state.

Our attorneys personally conduct your initial consultation and are available to you directly throughout the course of your case. You will know at your very first appointment which of our attorneys will be handling your claim and we will work closely with you to present the very best case on your behalf. You will never feel like “just another client” when dealing with our attorneys and professional staff.

We understand that no one chooses to be disabled and that the disability application process can be very stressful, frustrating and frightening. We treat all our clients with dignity and respect as we work through this difficult process.

No fee on Social Security Disability claims unless you win.

 

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