Since 1972, the family tradition of Reyes & Reyes Law Firm, PLLC, has been to serve other people in the community, obtaining income for those who have none and finding insurance for those who are suffering and sick. At our law firm, we know that you are hurting and need money for your daily expenses, medications, doctor visits and much more. We will do everything we can to get you these benefits.
Our Social Security Disability attorneys for Dallas and beyond take great pride in winning Social Security Disability cases, because when we win, we improve not only that individual's situation but also the situation of his or her entire family. We also take pride in developing personal connections with our clients. When you come to our Dallas, Austin or El Paso office, you can feel comfortable and relaxed. We want you to feel like you are simply talking with a close friend or relative.
We believe our highly respected reputation is based on the fact that:
- You will always talk with a lawyer when you call or visit.
- You do not need an appointment to consult us.
- Every single consultation is FREE.
- We have been handling Social Security cases for over 50 years.
- We have an 85 percent success rate.
To read about more of the benefits we offer, view the page Why Reyes & Reyes?
Consult Our SSD Attorneys Serving Mesquite, TX, And Beyond
To discover how Reyes & Reyes can help you and your family with any Social Security Disability matter in Texas, New Mexico, California or beyond — or to learn more about early retirement options — walk into one of our offices today. You can also call us locally at 214-319-6800. You do not owe us any attorney fees unless we recover benefits for you, so you have nothing to lose.
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"I'm thankful that the attorneys at Reyes & Reyes won my disability case ... I'm very pleased with the legal services that I received. I have and will continue to recommend my friends and family to go talk with your firm if anyone ever runs into any legal problems. Thank you so much." — Manuel Montes