Meet Tylisa Crawford, Paralegal and Personal Injury Attorney at Phillips and McCrea. Tylisa started her career at Phillips and McCrea a year ago and has a bright future ahead.
Those who want to qualify for Social Security Disability benefits have to first understand the different language and terms used in a disability claim in order to get approved. However, these words and phrases can be confusing to anyone who hasn’t undergone the Social Security disability application process.
Very often, people work for many years, but due to a severe medical condition or injury, they may be unable to continue their job. If you have a long-term disability that inhibits your ability to work, you are entitled to receiving Social Security Disability benefits.
Have you ever got in trouble or hurt because of the absentmindedness or negligence of someone else? It can be devastating especially if the damage caused has repercussions on your work or family life. Instead of trying to resolve such situations yourself, firms are willing to help you get the justice you deserve.
It’s impossible to predict when tragedy will strike like in the case of car accidents, injury from medical malpractices, or custody struggles. Fighting legal battles related to these matters can get emotional and messy, but with the help of the right law firm, you can sail smoothly through the trying times.
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The United States is a nation of immigrants and it has long been the history of this country to generously take in “the huddled masses yearning to breathe free.” However, over the past few years, the immigration laws of the United States have grown increasingly difficult to understand and navigate.
At Phillips and McCrea, PLLC, we’re proud of the work that we do. But, instead of telling you why our customers love us, we’ll let them do the talking! Here’s what some of our customers are saying about us lately:
I grew up in Charleston, South Carolina. I studied at the University of South Carolina at Columbia. There I found rich opportunities for personal growth. I was President of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. This experience was invaluable in my leadership development.