If You Can’t Work, Let Our Lawyers Go to Work to Get You Benefits
Whether you can’t work because of a physical or mental condition or if you were injured on the job, the disability lawyers at Pilzer Klein want to help you.
You deserve a lawyer who protects your dignity, someone local who stays with you from the very beginning through every step of your case. Learn about the five ways we’re different from other law firms.
Our law firm focuses on Social Security Disability law.
These cases can be complicated, but attorneys Don Pilzer and Kevin Klein want to help you win benefits. If you find yourself in need of Social Security Disability benefits because health problems make it impossible for you to work, you may feel like all hope is lost. But don’t give up – we help people just like you get the disability benefits they need and deserve.
We want to help you get disability benefits so you don’t have to worry as much about paying rent, paying for medical care, putting food on the table and just making it through another day.
Whether you need to apply for benefits, or if you were denied and need to appeal, our Greenville disability lawyers are here to help. We’ll take on the government agencies so you don’t have to. We want your focus to be your health – our focus is winning your disability case.
Greenville Disability Lawyer – Don Pilzer
With more than 30 years practicing law, Pilzer Klein founder Don Pilzer is one of the most experienced disability lawyers in South Carolina. Don has argued at all levels of the Social Security appeal process. He has represented numerous clients in U.S. District Court. He’s also a sustaining member of the National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives (NOSSCR) and an active member of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America.
Beyond his legal work, Don has received the Chairman’s Award from The Better Business Bureau of the Foothills for 15 years of outstanding community service. He has served on the board of United Ministries to provide food and shelter for the homeless, and for the Gateway House to provide housing and pre-vocational services to mentally ill adults. In both his professional and his personal life, Don is someone you want on your side.
Don studied law at the Duke University School of Law in Durham, North Carolina.