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    Social Security Lawyer – Joplin MO

    Contact Info

    Parmele Law Firm, PC

    614 S MAIN ST
    JOPLIN MO 64801
    Phone: (417) 206-4460

    E-mail: Parmele Law Firm

    The Joplin MO office of Parmele Law Firm is staffed by a team of experienced Social Security Disability attorneys. Our lawyers have decades of combined experience in obtaining social security disability insurance benefits for clients – even when they have been previously denied.

    The Joplin office is one of a network of 19 offices focusing exclusively on SSD/SSDI law. It serves the Southwest Missouri communities of Carthage, Lamar, Nashville, Webb City, Carl Junction, Mt. Vernon, Neosho and Anderson and Southeast Kansas communities of Galena, Baxter Springs, Columbus Oswego and Pittsburg.

    All of our locations offer free consultations. The are no attorney fees unless we win your case.

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    SSDI attorneys Joplin MO

    The Parmele Law Firm is located at 614 S. Main downtown Joplin on the same block as the Joplin City Hall and across the street from Pearl Brothers Hardware. The law firm’s building is red brick with a brick courtyard.

    It was originally built in 1893 in the Queen Anne Revival style. It started off as Balsley Drugstore and eventually became Jamison Drugstore. It was Jamison for most of the life of the building. An architectural firm bought and remodeled the building in 1976 by filling in interior windows and replacing the storefront, otherwise most of the original detailing was kept intact. When Parmele purchased the building in 2004, improvements were made at that time with intricate woodwork, wood flooring and new windows on the south side of the building. Black wrought iron was also added to the brick courtyard.

    Interestingly, the building is actually two buildings that were combined. They share an interior wall that still has the outside advertising from when it was just one building. The buildings are now connected by beautiful archways.

    Contact Us 1-855-PARMELE (727-6353)

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