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Greenville Social Security Lawyers


Contact A Lawyer About Your Greenville Social Security Claim

Located in the Inner Banks region of North Carolina, Greenville is home to nearly 80,000 residents and was named one of the nation’s “100 Best Communities for Young People.” East Carolina University is about 10 minutes from the Greenville office of the Law Offices of James Scott Farrin. At the Law Offices of James Scott Farrin we understand Social Security Disability law, and the difficulties of a Social Security case. Our team features Attorney Rick Fleming, a NC Board Certified Specialist in Social Security Law.

Our firm also provides quality legal services in other areas. Don’t hesitate to contact a lawyer if you were injured in a Greenville car accident, a Greenville motorcycle accident or need assistance with a Greenville workers’ comp claim.

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This has been the best experience with a law firm that I’ve experienced.
This has been the best experience with a law firm that I’ve experienced. The communication was great, -and even with COVID-19, the JSF was still working behind the scenes on both of my cases. I’m truly satisfied with the services that were provided to me and my family. 1
five star review badge Repeat James Scott Farrin Client, Online Google Review
This is my third time using them!
This is my third time using them! 1
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James Scott Farrin's legal knowledge
James Scott Farrin's legal knowledge, overall concern for me as a client, and professionalism from attorney staff gave me security that I made the right choice in legal counsel! … Their actions allowed me to be worry-free! I truly would recommend them to family and friends any day! 1

Testimonials do not reference all the feedback the firm has received. Each case is different and must be evaluated on its individual facts. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome can be achieved in a future.