Legal Help with Social Security Disability, Workers’ Comp and Personal Injury in Hazard

If you find yourself in need of Social Security Disability benefits, Workers’ Compensation or personal injury help, Morgan, Collins, Yeast & Salyer’s Hazard office is here to help.

Our Hazard office is centrally located at 21 Grand Oak Lane and around the hill from the Hazard ARH Medical Center. The Bobby Davis Museum and Park is a nearby landmark.

The Hazard office primarily serves the counties of Perry, Leslie, Knott, Breathitt and Magoffin.

If you worked in the coal industry, our Hazard office staff holds various meetings throughout the community in order for you to learn about benefits you may be missing out on. To learn more, call our Hazard office at 606-436-1963.

We know how hard life may seem when you’re struggling and can’t work due to your health. If you live in the Hazard area or anywhere in Kentucky, contact Morgan, Collins, Yeast & Salyerfor help with your Social Security Disability, Workers’ Comp or personal injury case. Put our Kentucky Courage to work for you.

Morgan, Collins,Yeast & Salyer, PLLC
21 Grand Oak Lane
Hazard, KY 41701
Office Number: (606) 436-1963Get Directions

 

Learn about the people who make our Hazard office so special:

Who Makes This Office Special?

Michelle Collins

Michelle Collins is a Social Security caseworker in our Hazard Office. She’s been with Morgan, Collins, Yeast & Salyer May 2011. Michelle is a graduate of Perry County Central High School and Hazard Community College.

If you’re in need of Social Security Disability, Workers’ Comp benefits or a personal injury settlement, call our Hazard office to talk to Michelle. She can help you start a file to set up your case, and she’ll keep you updated on the status of your case.

“I enjoy the opportunity to help people close to home,” says Michelle. “I also enjoy working with various caseworkers in order to make the best case for our clients.”

She’s also passionate about helping those who have worked in the coal industry. “Being a lifelong Kentucky resident, I’ve seen the importance of coal in our area,” she says. “Everyone in this area probably has a relative who has worked in the coal field. I’ve seen how hard those individuals work and find it fulfilling to help them receive the benefits they’ve worked for.”

To start your case, call Michelle in our Hazard office today.

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