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Henderson Social Security Lawyers

Contact A Lawyer About Your Henderson Social Security Claim

A city with a population of more than 16,000, Henderson was officially chartered in 1841 and was named in honor of former North Carolina Supreme Court Chief Justice Leonard Henderson. The Henderson office of the Law Offices of James Scott Farrin is located about 10 miles away from Kerr Lake, the largest lake in the state. Henderson is also home to the annual “Show, Shine, Shag and Dine” event, an antique and classic car show featuring nostalgia drag cars. 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 Disability Law.

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

five star review badge Former Social Security Disability Client, Online Google Review
Love James Scott Farrin.
Love James Scott Farrin. They stay on the case like it should be done. ✔ I had a great experience with them [and] would let anyone know to use them. 100% satisfied. 1
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I am so glad that I chose
I am so glad that I chose to contact the Law Firm of James Scott Farrin to handle my disability claim. I am more than satisfied with the services that I received.1 I was treated with dignity and respect at all times. 1
five star review badge Former Car Accident client, Online Google Review
James Scott Farrin's team was so helpful
James Scott Farrin's team was so helpful and so responsive to all my questions and kept me very aware of everything that went on with my case from day one. I would highly recommend this firm to anyone. … They had patience and gave me straight up honest answers to everything I wanted to know. 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.