William (Will) Coleman is 100% devoted to social security disability litigation. He is proud to represent clients at all stages of the social security disability process, whether it be during the initial application stages, at hearings in front of administrative law judges, or at the Appeals Council. He is a member of numerous legal associations, including the North Carolina Advocates for Justice, where he has served as an NCAJ Disability Advocacy Section CLE Officer and Liaison. He is also a member of the North Carolina Bar Association and the American Bar Association. Mr. Coleman has provided pro-bono services through the Election Protection Legal Field Operations and continues to give back to his local community whenever possible.
Mr. Coleman graduated with honors from UNC Wilmington and received his Juris Doctor from Charlotte School of Law, graduating cum laude and receiving the Order of the Crown honors from the school. As your disability advocate, you can rest assured knowing Mr. Coleman will do everything in his power to obtain all benefits you deserve.