North Carolina Law Directory
3518 Westgate Dr, Suite 425
Durham, NC 27707
Lawyer's Website | (919) 493-8876
Legal Practice Areas
- Social Security Disability Law
- Veterans Disability Law
Credentials & Associations
- Admitted to North Carolina Bar 1988
- Duke University School of Law
- Board Certified Social Security Disability Law Specialist
About the Attorney
Since 1991, the law firm of McGill & Noble has been dedicated to protecting the rights and entitlements of disabled individuals. McGill & Noble represents people seeking Social Security Disability and Veterans' Disability benefits. Serving the entire Triangle, Christa McGill is certified as Specialists in Social Security Disability Law by the North Carolina State Bar.
I understand that you face many physical, emotional, and financial challenges, and we will work to resolve your claim as quickly as possible. Our attorneys are caring, approachable, and genuinely concerned about the welfare of our clients and their families. Contact us for an immediate consultation.
Restoring Financial Security and Independence for Our Clients
We understand that going through the Social Security and Veterans' Disability claims and appeals process can feel like an uphill climb. We know that our clients are often frustrated and confused by the process and are worried about their inability to work and lost income.
Our attorneys are committed to helping you restore control and financial independence by obtaining the benefits you need and deserve. We will take a comprehensive approach to your case in order to understand your immediate and future needs. At every stage, we will pursue the benefits to which you are entitled with skill and compassion.
Whether you are seeking Social Security Disability benefits, including SSI or SSDI, or Veterans' Disability benefits, we will use our knowledge and experience to obtain the best result for you. Strategic advocacy and creative thinking allow our attorneys to handle your case effectively at all levels of the process, in dealing with the Social Security Administration or Department of Veterans Affairs, and in Federal Court.
Attorneys with over 20 Years of Experience, Working for You
Attorney Christa McGill is a Board Certified Specialist in Social Security Disability Law, and bringe to every case extensive legal experience dealing with the federal government and insight into the bureaucratic process.
Christa McGill was formerly an attorney for the Social Security Administration, working on litigation and regulatory aspects of Social Security cases. Ginny Noble worked as an attorney for the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission prior to her work on behalf of benefits claimants.
From your initial consultation through the final resolution of your case, our attorneys will work closely with you at every step. The attorneys are deeply involved in every aspect of every case, and your claim will never be handed off to a paralegal, secretary, or inexperienced attorney. Our lawyers will keep you informed of the status of your case and remain available to answer any questions you may have along the way.
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