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Alabama Attorneys

Social Security Disability Attorneys

If you have been disabled and unable to work – we can help!

We have handled THOUSANDS of disability cases!

Navigating the legal system is often a slow, stressful, and expensive process. Abbey and her staff of qualified professionals, which happens to include two of her awesome little sisters, are here to assist you with that.

Whether it’s tackling the complicated Social Security Disability process or taking legal action against someone who has wronged you, The Clarkson Firm is ready to assist you in evaluating your issue and mapping out the best strategy to get the result you deserve. Whether you need representation in court, out of court, or both, Abbey and her team will be available to you when needed to answer your questions, ease your fears, and provide you with the support you need to move forward.

We are Social Security Disability Lawyers In Fort Payne, Alabama.

We serve clients throughout Alabama & Tennessee including DeKalb County, Montgomery County, Jefferson County, Limestone County, Morgan County, Shelby County, Tuscaloosa County, Hamilton County, Lee County, and the surrounding towns, areas and counties.


Disabled & Unable To Work?
We Can Help!

Alabama’s Social Security Disability and
Civil Litigation Lawyers


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Our firm’s core values are being accessible to our clients and treating them with kindness and respect. Our clients are our bosses–we work for them. We are not your typical ‘stuffy” law firm.

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Abbey H. Clarkson

Attorney At Law

Abbey is a graduate of Jacksonville State University (B.A. and M.P.A) and the University of Alabama School of Law (Roll Tide!). In law school, she was a member of the Campbell Moot Court Board and National Criminal Procedure Moot Court Team.

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Allison Hall grew up in Dekalb County as part of a large family, including her two sisters that are now her co-workers, Abbey and Amber. After graduating high school, Allison attended Northeast Alabama Community College where she received a degree in cosmetology in 2011.

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Amber Guilford grew up in Dekalb County as part of a large family, including her two sisters that are now her co-workers, Abbey and Allison. She received her Associate’s in Applied Science with an office administration/ paralegal option in May 2013.

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Lexi Hodges grew up on Sand Mountain as part of a large family in a small community in Blake Community. She is the oldest of 5 children. She graduated from Plainview High School in 2017.

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