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Hunter & Everage Helps Individuals Obtain Social Security Benefits

Charlotte, North Carolina, February 28, 2018: Hunter & Everage is pleased to announce they can help individuals obtain the Social Security disability benefits they are looking for. Their professional team of lawyers understand how difficult it can be to get approved for the benefits to which an individual is entitled.

The lawyers at Hunter & Everage take great pride in representing their clients and helping them with this often complex process of obtaining Social Security benefits. Most individuals who file for their Social Security disability benefits on their own find they are denied benefits for a variety of reasons. Many of these denials could be prevented with the help of an experienced attorney. This is why it’s important to turn to Social Security disability attorneys from the start to save time and money.

In addition to helping increase the chances of an approval the first time around, the lawyers at Hunter & Everage can also help individuals who have been denied benefits. They will go over the case and help individuals file an appeal so they can get the benefits they are owed.

Anyone interested in learning about how the law firm can help individuals seeking Social Security disability benefits can find out more by visiting the Hunter & Everage website or by calling 1-704-377-9157.

About Hunter & Everage: Hunter & Everage is a full-service law firm specializing in Social Security disability claims, workers’ compensation, personal injury and criminal defense cases. Their professional team of lawyers can provide the personalized services their clients require. They offer a free case evaluation to determine if their clients should move forward with their case.

Company: Hunter & Everage
Address: 1800 Camden Road, Suite 104
City: Charlotte
State: NC
Zip code: 28203
Telephone number: 1-704-377- ...

News Release: Hunter & Everage Helps Individuals Obtain Social Security Benefits
Submitted on: February 28, 2018 07:21:46 AM
Submitted by: Charles Ali Everage
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