Meet Ralph M.

Meet Ralph M.

Meet Ralph M.

When Ralph fell down the stairs and couldn’t work anymore, he needed Disability benefits to get by. After being denied — twice — he asked us to fight for what he knew he deserved.

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How Our Attorneys Helped a Client with a Social Security Disability Claim1

Ralph M. had endured serious injuries throughout his adult life. From accidents that caused his ankles to freeze up without warning, to third-degree burns, internal injuries and trouble regulating temperatures resulting from two different vehicle accidents — one involving a car accident and one a motorcycle accident.

Most recently, he was walking down the stairs at his Greenville, NC job when his ankle locked up, causing him to tumble down the stairs backwards. Ralph tried filing for disability on his own twice in the past, but was turned down. The Greenville, NC accident convinced him he really couldn’t work anymore.

“I wasn’t able to work,” he said. “I mean it just — I got to the point where turning the wrong way — if I picked something up and go to walk and step wrong, I get bad pains in my back.”

‘They Did It All’

Instead of going at it alone, this time he enlisted the help of the Law Offices of James Scott Farrin. With the help of Attorney Rick Fleming who is a Board Certified Specialist in Social Security Disability Law, by the North Carolina State Bar, Ralph was able to have his day in court. When asked about his experiences at the Law Offices of James Scott Farrin, Ralph replied, “Oh, they’re great. I mean, they did all the paperwork. I didn’t have to do anything. I mean, all I had to do was make a phone call.”

“If you’ve been injured and you’ve been having problems getting help try James Scott Farrin. Because they worked for me. I didn’t have to do anything. They did it all.”

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