Welcome to O'Malley Tunstall, serving the Raleigh area and eastern North Carolina with a Social Security disability attorney, personal injury attorney, workers' compensation attorney, car accident lawyer and/or a truck accident attorney. We're ready to listen to your story, understand your situation, and fight hard for the settlement you need and deserve.
When it comes to facing an injury or disability, life can seem to move in slow motion. But that doesn't stop the medical bills and other expenses like rent, mortgage, insurance, utilities, and living expenses from piling up. That's why it's important you find a personal injury attorney or Social Security disability attorney who cares for your case and does everything possible to help you get the financial assistance you need to continue your lifestyle.
O'Malley Tunstall offers care for your case. Your personal injury attorney, Social Security disability attorney, workers comp attorney, auto accident lawyer or trucking accident attorney is just a phone call away.
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With offices in Raleigh and Tarboro servicing eastern North Carolina, O'Malley Tunstall offers care for your case. Your North Carolina Personal Injury Lawyer, Social Security Disability Lawyer, Workers Comp Lawyer, Auto Accident Lawyer or Trucking Accident Lawyer is just a phone call away.
Susan O’Malley is recertified as a Social Security Disability Specialist by the North Carolina State Bar
O’Malley Tunstall, PLLC is pleased to recognize Susan M. O’Malley for becoming recertified by the North Carolina State Bar as a Specialist in Social Security Disability Law. Ms. O’Malley has been a State Bar certified specialist in Social Security since 2006. … Continue reading →
Joe Tunstall selected to the North Carolina Rising Stars list by the research team at Super Lawyers for 2012
O’Malley Tunstall, PLLC is pleased to announce that Joe Tunstall was named to the North Carolina Rising Stars list as one of the top up-and-coming attorneys in North Carolina for 2012. Each year, no more than 2.5 percent of the eligible lawyers in … Continue reading →