Our Social Security disability attorneys have 50 years of experience with disability claims in Georgia

Bruce V. Durden

I have lived all my life in southeast Georgia. My hometown is Lyons, and I attended school at:

I have practiced law in Toombs County Georgia since 1975 and tried my first Social Security disability case in 1980. Since then I have tried over 1,000 Social Security disability cases.

I am a member of the National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives (NOSSCR) and have spoken at numerous Social Security disability conferences on various Social Security topics, including:

  • Proving Disability.
  • The Social Security Appeals Process.
  • Governmental Red Tape for the Elderly and Disabled.
  • The Use of Vocational Experts from a Claimant’s Viewpoint.
  • Severe Orthopedic Problems.
  • Diabetes in Social Security Disability Cases.
  • Vocational Experts Testimony.
  • Everything a Woman should know about Social Security.
  • Diabetes in Social Security Disability Cases.
  • Social Security Disability and Nursing Home Eligibility.
  • Vocational Expert Testimony, What can you do with it.
  • IQ Subtest Scores to Prove Disability.
  • Social Security Disability Claims.

I am ready to help people in southeast Georgia with Social Security disability claims. Please contact me and get my experience on your side.

 

William R. Rice

I graduated from the University of Georgia for my undergraduate degree, and then the University of Georgia School of Law for my law degree. I have been handling Social Security disability cases since 1985.

I am a member of the National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives (NOSSCR) and I have authored materials for legal publications for other attorneys who handle Social Security disability cases. These publications are:

  • “Preparing for the Vocational Expert: Using the Dictionary of Occupational Titles in Disability Evaluation” (Advanced Social Security Law, Program Materials 1994, National Organization of Social Security Claimant’s Representatives, Printed by Institute of Continuing Legal Education in Georgia).
  • “Proposed Revisions to the Musculosketal Listings” (Social Security Re-Engineered, Program Materials 1995, National Organization of Social Security Claimant’s Representatives, Printed by Institute of Continuing Legal Education in Georgia).

My vast experience in Social Security Disability law will help you get the best results possible.

 

Jiles M. Barfield

I attended the University of Georgia and graduated from Georgia Southern University and the Walter F. George School of Law at Mercer University.

I have been practicing law in Vidalia, Georgia, since 1980, primarily focusing on Social Security disability and Workers Compensation cases.

Bring your Social Security case to me and I will work with you and your doctor through the Social Security disability claim process to get the best possible result that we can.

 

Durden, Rice & Barfield, P.C.
Southeast Georgia Social Security disability lawyers
Appointments available in Dublin, Pooler, Savannah, Statesboro, and Vidalia

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501 Jackson Street
Vidalia, Georgia 30474