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meet Shawn Taylor,
Your Social Security Lawyer

Get To Know Us

Welcome to Shawn Taylor, PLLC, a premier Social Security law firm located in Charleston, West Virginia. Our law firm provides helpful guidance, good service and the knowledge of Social Security law that you need to put your claim in the best position to succeed.

What We Do

We help deserving people get approved for Social Security Disability and SSI benefits. These benefits can help you:

  • Pay your debt
  • Pay for your food, clothing and shelter
  • Get access to the basic health care that you need

If you have been denied your initial application, call us at 304-932-4619 or reach us online. We can help you appeal to the Social Security Administration. We’ll help with everything from compiling your medical records to arguing on your behalf at the disability hearing. We will do all the legal legwork for you. Throughout, you are more than welcome to ask us questions about your case, Social Security law or anything else about the process you are unsure of.

What Sets Us Apart

We are a West Virginia law firm that provides personalized client service throughout the state and Appalachia. If you would like to meet with Shawn Taylor, you can request a 30-minute consultation free of charge. He will be the lawyer who personally argues your case before the administrative law judge who will decide whether you will get benefits.

Shawn Taylor has personally represented thousands of SSDI and SSI claimants in their appeals. He was a municipal court judge for many years, so he has perspective of what it’s like to see a case through the judge’s side. As an assistant attorney general, he was involved in cases involving mental health, so he understands that disability can be more than just a physical ailment.

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