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Social Security Disability – Come meet Moe our trusted intake specialist!

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Interview with Jack Cahill, Attorney

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About Evans Disability

Evans Disability is a Social Security Disability law firm with over 85 years of combined experience practicing Social Security Law. We know what it takes to win claims.

Our team works closely with your local Social Security office to help put your case in the best position to win. Our representation extends to almost every state in the country. We have participated in thousands of Social Security hearings in front of Administrative Law Judges and have been very successful in winning claims at all levels.

Evans Disability’s core mission is to give hope, encouragement and knowledge to people who are disabled, and help them find a pathway to financial security by walking with them through the Social Security disability process.