Hugh D. Cox, Attorney in Greenville NC, proudly representing the disabled for rightful veterans benefits, Social Security benefits and Workers Compensation.

         2411 B Charles Boulevard
         Greenville, North Carolina 27858

         Post Office Box 154
         Greenville, North Carolina 27835-0154
Phone: (252) 757-3420
Fax: (252) 757-3420
           North Carolina Bar Number 6567
           Department of Veterans Affairs Accreditation number  8925

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The information contained in this website is general legal information and not legal advice on any legal subject. It is no substitute for the services of a

competent professional attorney experienced in these matters. This information is subject to change at any time due to new legislation or new court cases.


Sending me an email does not make me your attorney. Sending me a signed contract does not make me your attorney. I must sign a fee agreement with you to establish an attorney-client relationship.


 Examples of my fee contracts with Clients are available below:

Military Veterans Benefits

Social Security Disability

State Workers Compensation

My client contracts benefit you as a client as follows:

I do not spend more than $50.00 in expenses without notifying you in advance. The copying of medical records is now a huge corporate business worth billions of dollars. I do not want to "nickle and dime" you time and time again. It saves you money.

I ask you to obtain your own medical records since attorneys are sometimes charged more for medical records than patients. It saves you money.

I hold my offices expenses to a minimum so that I do not profit from travel and expenses. It saves you money.

I take pride in my common sense contracts with clients which I make available to anyone who requests one. Some attorneys treat contracts as "trade secrets". I feel strongly that clients as good consumers should have the right to study and examine any contract before signing. This writing is simple and plain so that clients are confident of the actual costs involved. We use the same contract with each client.

These contracts are valid only if I sign the contract with a client and I acknowledge that I represent the client in writing. I do not represent any client until the client has a fee contract with my original signature.