Chad Brown Law

A proven track record of results for our clients. Experience, expertise, and commitment to our values.

A proven track record of results for our clients. Experience, expertise, and commitment to our values.


Christian faith-based law firm specializing in helping the disabled obtain Social Security benefits

Chad Brown Law is a growing law firm in Mooresville, North Carolina.  We care, we fight, and we help our clients get the results they want.



Most people will experience some legal issue in their lifetime. If they’re lucky, it will be a simple issue with a relatively easy solution. Unfortunately, this isn’t always how life works out. There are many complex legal issues that can leave people unsure of how to move forward. Some of the most complex matters include Social Security Disability, long-term disability, eminent domain, and personal injury.

At Chad Brown Law, PLLC, we’ve seen people try to deal with complex legal issues on their own. Very often, this leads to unfavorable outcomes. Of course, some people simply worry that they may not be able to afford legal assistance. Our law firm understands this concern, and that’s why we offer free consultations and work on a contingency fee basis. We believe everyone deserves dedicated legal representation. Contact us today for assistance.


There is no shortage of law firms in the North Carolina. If you search “North Carolina lawyers,” you’ll get thousands of results. However, not all these legal practices will be right for you. You need to find professionals who deal with the type of legal issue you’re facing. At Chad Brown Law, PLLC, we can assist in all the following legal areas:

Social Security Disability

Applying for disability benefits from the Social Security Administration (SSA) can be a complicated process that leads to unfair denials. Let our law firm assist.

Long-Term Disability

The Long-Term Disability process doesn’t have to be an uphill battle. Partner with us to feel confident about the process and your benefits moving forward!

Medical Assistance

Those who receive Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits may be eligible for government medical assistance. Our law firm can help every step of the way

Medical Conditions

Are you unsure if your medical condition qualifies for disability? We can help you understand your options and apply for benefits if you’re eligible.

Car Accidents

Automobile accidents are one of the leading causes of injuries in America. You need a personal injury attorney who can help you seek compensation.

Eminent Domain

If the government or related agencies come for your land, it’s important to remember that you have rights. An eminent domain attorney may be able to help.


As a law firm that offers free consultations, we often have people who ask about the necessity of legal representation. After all, no one is required to hire an attorney in America — and with the availability of online legal resources, many assume they can handle their own issues. However, this assumption can lead to major problems. Legal experts recommend against such a do-it-yourself approach, and that’s because simple mistakes have major consequences.

For instance, a simple slip of the tongue when speaking with a personal injury insurance provider could inadvertently admit to some level of liability. In North Carolina, this could disqualify you from receiving compensation. Similarly, a person who doesn’t fully understand their rights under eminent domain law might not receive just compensation — or they could miss an opportunity to avoid losing their property altogether.

When you’re dealing with the legal issues our law firm handles, you’re up against systems that weren’t built for your benefit. Let us help. We offer free consultations, and we don’t get paid unless you do. This means there’s never any risk to working with our full-service law firm.

Client Feedback

Every client is treated with respect and dignity.  Every case is treated as if it’s our only one.

I was so very pleased with Chad Brown and Vickie Setzer. They worked with me and explained things in detail. I was treated with the utmost respect and felt like a friend more than a client. I will recommend Chad Brown to everyone needing an attorney. He takes pride in his job. Vickie Setzer was so great explaining everything so I could understand it. Thank you both and God bless!

– Walter W, Mooresville, NC

I was very pleased to receive a favorable decision in my Social Security claim.  Attorney Chad Brown handled my claim.  He was very trustworthy and reliable.  The office personnel were always very polite and respectful. I urge anyone looking for (disability) legal assistance to contact Chad Brown Law, P.L.L.C.  You’ll be glad you did!

– Anita S, Mooresville, NC

Thank you so much for all the hard work you put into winning my disability case. It is truly appreciated. Winning this case is an answer to prayer. I can now move forward with my life. It is such a relief to no longer have this issue hanging over my head.

– Wanda H.


Every day, we work with clients who have varying legal needs. You may have come across our law firm by searching for assistance with Social Security Disability, long-term disability, eminent domain, or personal injury law. There are plenty of law firms in each of these areas to choose from, so why should you opt for a law firm that works in all these areas? Because you’re still receiving dedicated legal service.

It’s not as if our firm is made up of attorneys who try to jump into every specialty of the law. Some of the legal areas we deal with — ranging from disability benefits to personal injury — have an immense amount of overlap. Additionally, we have specific attorneys who focus on different legal areas. This means you’re not getting an eminent domain attorney who’s trying their luck at disability or personal injury law.

You’re getting a legal professional who’s experienced in exactly what you need — and one that’s dedicated to serving your best interests.


Even with fewer attorneys entering the field, you’ve still got plenty of options when it comes to choosing a law firm. So, why should you reach out to Chad Brown Law? While no one can claim to be the best lawyer in the Carolinas, we do believe we might just be the right law firm to handle your case. Here are just a few reasons why:

Extensive Experience

While there are many great rookie attorneys out there, you deserve someone with experience. Lead attorney Chad Brown earned his legal degree in 1999 and quickly began working as an attorney. These decades of experience can help you secure a favorable outcome.

Local Experience

While legal experience is important, local experience is just as crucial. You want an attorney who understands your community and the laws that affect it. More importantly, you need someone on your side who has working relationships with local judges, attorneys, investigators, and more. Attorney Chad Brown has spent most of his life living and working in the Carolinas.

Service Focused on Faith and Values

Our law firm is grounded in the tenets of the Christian faith. Our value system reinforces the belief that all people have value and deserve compassion. You don’t have to subscribe to our notion of religion and spirituality. However, our faith drives us to work diligently to secure favorable outcomes for every one of our clients.

Work at All Levels of Government

The legal field doesn’t just exist on one level. When dealing with Social Security, long-term disability, eminent domain, or personal injury matters — you could easily find yourself in local, state, and federal courts. At Chad Brown Law, our legal professionals have worked in courtrooms at each of these levels. No matter where your case leads, we’re ready to handle it.

Full-Service Law Firm

Many people will tell you to work with a law firm that specializes in a single legal area. While we recognize that this has benefits, we find it far more advantageous to have legal professionals with a variety of backgrounds. In many instances, legal issues overlap. At Chad Brown Law, we have attorneys who focus on specific areas — but we can also handle a variety of your legal needs.

Focused on Results — Not Profits

Many law firms want to charge you just for walking through the door. We never understood the point of charging for initial consultations. Everyone deserves to understand their rights, and our legal team is dedicated to this fact. We also work on a contingency fee basis, so our law firm will not get paid unless we’re successful in your case.


If you live in North Carolina or South Carolina, you’re never more than a few hours away from your neighboring state. This creates unique issues that many law firms don’t have to deal with. This is due to varying rules between jurisdictions. For instance, did you know that North Carolina practices contributory negligence rules while South Carolina does not? This means that even sharing 1% of fault in an accident can disqualify a person from personal injury compensation.

Of course, many of our clients don’t have issues that cross state borders. Even so, their legal needs often still involve multiple jurisdictions. For instance, a person who is injured and no longer able to work may be affected by state insurance laws — or they could fall under the purview of the federal Social Security Administration. Landowners facing eminent domain seizures could also find themselves on the wrong side of local, state, or federal law.

While such issues can create complexities in the legal field, our law firm is well acquainted with such multi-jurisdictional matters. Contact us today to schedule your free consultation. We’ll help you understand your rights and how we can help.

Christian faith-based law firm specializing in helping the disabled obtain Social Security benefits

Expertise in areas of practice

Chad Brown is a Board Certified SSD Specialist and each attorney on our team has expertise in their area of practice.

Cases Results

We have a track record of results and we win through expertise, integrity, and a commitment to our client’s expectations.

Personalized Care

Each client is important to us. We respond timely, understand the individual, and help clients navigate the anxiety that comes along with any court case or trial.



It’s an unfortunate fact, but the mechanisms of the legal system often work against the average person. In matters of eminent domain, the government will try to pay the least amount of compensation possible. When dealing with long-term disability insurers, adjusters are often focused more on profit than helping. The same is true for insurers dealing with personal injury matters. Even the Social Security Administration can make it difficult for those who need help.

When this happens, you don’t have to take it lying down. In all these situations, you have rights that protect you. Some will claim that these hurdles are necessary to prevent fraud and abuse of the system. While this may be true, they far too often result in good people not receiving the compensation or consideration that they deserve. Our law firm believes it’s tragic when this happens, and that’s why we fight hard to secure favorable outcomes for our clients.

Contact us today for a free consultation.


If you have questions pertaining to Social Security, long-term disability, eminent domain, or personal injury law, the best thing you can do is reach out to an experienced attorney in the Carolinas. They can provide answers specific to your situation, and since we offer free consultations at Chad Brown Law, PLLC, you have nothing to lose by contacting us.

However, the following common questions can give you a better understanding of your rights and why you may need legal assistance.

Can the government really just take my land?

Unfortunately, the government is afforded broad rights when it comes to seizing lands for public use or the public benefit. This power is provided in the Fifth Amendment of the Constitution. However, this same amendment provides rights to property owners — namely the right to just compensation and due process.

Can I stop the government from taking my land?

It can be difficult to stop the eminent domain and condemnation process. However, it’s far from impossible. You may be able to challenge the necessity of taking your land or the public benefit provided by doing so. You can also challenge the compensation offered in order to secure a higher amount.

What if I lose my case?

Whether you’re dealing with legal issues involving disability, eminent domain, or personal injury, there’s a chance that you could lose your case. Fortunately, the option to appeal is often available. Your attorney can do this if appropriate. If you lost your case without legal representation, it’s a strong sign that you should seek help for your appeal.

What's the difference between Social Security and long-term disability?

Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is provided by the federal government. You pay into this and qualify by earning work credits over the years. Conversely, long-term disability insurance is a policy from a private insurance company that employees and employers typically pay into. However, both forms of insurance are meant to provide financial security if you’re unable to work.

Does Social Security offer short-term disability?

Unfortunately, Social Security does not offer benefits for short-term disability. Typically, you must show that an injury or condition will keep you from working for at least a year. However, there may be other options if your disability will not last this long. Our Carolinas law firm can help you understand your options.

What if I'm partially liable for my personal injuries?

If you’re partially liable for your injuries in a personal injury case, it’s important that you contact an attorney before speaking with insurers. That’s because sharing fault could potentially reduce or eliminate the amount of compensation you’re entitled to. Don’t just assume you’re not entitled to financial recovery due to your own actions. Let our law firm review your case free of charge.

Can I handle my case without an attorney?

There’s no rule that says you have to hire an attorney for any legal issue. However, doing so is typically in your best interest. Statistics consistently show that individuals with legal representation secure better outcomes on average. Since our law firm doesn’t get paid unless you win your case, there’s no excuse to not seek experienced legal representation.

Is there a deadline to file a claim?

No matter what legal issue you’re dealing with, there will typically be a statute of limitations involved. This is a deadline to file, and if you fail to submit a claim during this time, you may lose your right to do so. These timelines can vary by jurisdiction and claim type, so it’s in your best interest to seek legal counsel as soon as possible.


Social Security Disability, long-term disability, eminent domain, and personal injury law involve incredibly complex issues. Unfortunately, those who find themselves dealing with such legal matters are often up against long-time professionals. This includes insurance companies, government agencies, and billion-dollar companies. Clearly, the deck is often stacked against the average person. Fortunately, legal counsel can turn the tide.

At Chad Brown Law, PLLC, our team of experienced legal professionals is committed to the best interests of our clients. When you visit our office in Mooresville, NC, you’ll meet with dedicated attorneys who understand what you’re going through and who will fight to secure a favorable outcome on your behalf. Whether you’re facing issues involving Social Security Disability, long-term disability, eminent domain, or personal injury, we’re here to help.

Contact us today at (336) 962-5373 to schedule your free consultation.


Chad Brown Law

Charleston, SC

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