Build your North Carolina SSD Benefits Case

Attorney Ken Hardison of Hardison & Cochran explains that to receive Social Security Disability benefits, you must be able to prove that you are disabled. You cannot do this by simply telling the judge you cannot work.

For over 25 years, The Law Office of Hardison & Cochran has been focused on putting the client first. With offices all across North Carolina, Hardison and Cochran Law Firm has a division made up of experienced and knowledgeable attorneys. Call us today at 800-434-8399 or visit our website at for a consultation.