15501 North Florida Avenue
Tampa FL 33613
o Mike Murburg
Princeton, A.B. 1977, Florida State University College of law, J.D. Cum Laude 1986. Mike was admitted to practice in Florida in 1986, Washington State, Federal Courts for the Middle District of Florida and the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals and before the United States Supreme Court, Court of Appeals for Veteransâ Claims, Mike is a member of the Hillsborough, Pinellas and Pasco County Bar Associations and is a member in good standing with the National Organization for Social Security Claimantsâ Representatives. In 1992, after four years as an Assistant State Attorney and 70 or so jury trials (most at the felony level) and two years trying personal injury and disability cases for another firm, Mike began his own practice and founded The Law offices of Mike Murburg, P.A., a firm focusing on disability and injury matters. In 2006 Mike brought on Carol Wilson as shareholder in the firm and both began the Social Security Disability, VA and Railroad Retirement Board self-help website disabilityattorney.net. Both Mike and Carol assist clients with cases involving Social Security Disability, Railroad Retirement Board Disability and VA Disability.
Our main office is located in Tampa, however; we also have offices located in Clearwater, New Port Richey, Hudson/Spring Hill, Dade City and Inverness where we meet our more rural clients by appointment. Our practice is therefore both local and regional as we most often try cases at the Tampa, St. Petersburg, Orlando, Clearwater and Ocala Social Security Offices of Disability Adjudication and Review. We also represent Social Security and RRB claimants nationwide and have tried cases as far south as the island of Puerto Rico and as far north as Bangor, Maine, as well as Chicago, Boston, Pittsburgh, New York, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Las Vegas, Spokane and Philadelphia, just to mention a few cities among the numerous states to which we actually travel to try cases. That is why we are proud to be a Tampa Bay Law Firm with a national practice.
Carol J. Young Wilson â Dedicated Disability Attorney since 1979
Carol has been admitted to practice in Florida, Pennsylvania, Federal Court of the Middle District of Florida, and before the United States Supreme Court and the Board of Veteransâ Appeals.
Carol has been a practicing attorney since 1979. Most all of her time as an attorney, Carol has been dedicated to the representation of the indigent or disabled. Her professional experiences are wide and diverse, including litigation in the administrative, trial and appellate levels, as well as teaching as an instructor at Temple University School of Law.
Carol was graduated from Brown University in 1976, with honors, and from Villanova University School of Law in 1979, where she was an editor and published writer for the Villanova Law Review. After graduating from law school, she was admitted to the Pennsylvania bar. She thereafter began her legal career by entering private practice in Philadelphia and thereafter working in the area of federal criminal litigation. Thereafter she relocated and began representing the indigent and disabled as a Legal Services attorney in northern New Hampshire, traveling hundreds of miles throughout three counties in order to serve her clients. In 1983, she became a member of the Florida Bar and worked as an attorney for Legal Services of Greater Miami. Thereafter she became an assistant public defender in the trial and appellate divisions, representing thousands of clients at various levels of the criminal justice process. Having litigated criminal trials for over five and a half years in West Palm Beach and Miami, Carol began working as a criminal appellate lawyer in 1990.
In addition to her disability practice and federal appeals, Carol has handled over four hundred state court appeals, resulting in over 300 reported decisions in Florida. She has argued cases on multiple occasions before the Florida Supreme Court and Florida District Courts of Appeal for the Second, Third and Fourth Districts, and has argued numerous cases in person before the various judges of these courts. She has petitioned the United States Supreme Court for writs of certiorari and responded to such petitions filed against her clients. Her oral arguments before the Florida Supreme Court can be viewed on the high courtâs website.
Carol is a member of the state bar associations for Florida and Pennsylvania, as well as the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims, the United States District Courts for the Southern Court of Florida, and the Middle District of Florida. She is also a member of the private bar associations for Hillsborough and Pinellas Counties, and West Pasco County, the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims Bar Association, as well as the Puerto Rican Bar Association. Carol is a member of the National Organization for Social Security Claimantsâ Representatives.
Carol has been involved in her community wherever she has lived, participating in voter registration drives, community legal education, religious education, political campaign volunteering, and legal education for elementary and middle school students.
Carol began working for the firm in 2002, and became a shareholder in 2005.
Tampa Social Security Disability and Disability Attorneys in Florida
We believe that justice should be more than just a system; it should be your end result. Since 1986, The Law Office of Mike Murburg, P.A. has been a Tampa disability law firm strongly dedicated to the zealous representation of the disabled and their families.
It is the mission of our firm to responsibly and professionally represent the disabled and their families in a caring and professional manner and to pursue their rights and to obtain the fullest amount of compensation and benefits that the law will allow.
At Mike Murburg, P.A., we earn our reputation one case at a time.
As a Tampa social security disability Law Firm we limit our practice to cases involving claims for Social Security Disability benefits/SSDI, Supplemental Security Income/SSI, , Federal Railroad Retirement Disability Benefits (a subspecies of SSDI), and Veterans Administration Benefits as well, and related claims
Our Social Security Disability Attorneys
Each of our disability attorneys have personally prosecuted to conclusion a minimum of 1000 cases. We have routinely handles cases for adults and children who have:
- physical disabilities and impairments
- psychiatric and mental disorders
- bipolar disorders
- severe depression
- mental retardation
- cerebral palsy
- multiple sclerosis
- muscular dystrophy
- carpal tunnel syndrome
- herniated disc
- rheumatoid arthritis
- hepatitis A
- hepatitis B
- hepatitis C
- heart disease
- lung disease
- pulmonary dysfunction
- menieres disease
- Crohns disease
- irritable bowel syndrome/IBS
- myasthenia gravis
- severe headache and sleep disorders
- amputation and vocational disabilities.
Our case evaluations and consultations are always free of charge. No fees or costs are ever due up front to retain us.
We understand the needs of our clients and we work for our clients on a contingency basis only. Our clients are never charged a fee or pay costs unless we are successful in obtaining a decision or verdict in their favor.
To put it simply, if we do not win, you do not have to pay us for fees or costs or anything. There is no small print, or hidden lines, or costs. It is just that simple. We earn our daily living and our reputation one case at a time.
Our main office is located in Tampa, but we look forward to serving our clients at each of our seven Tampa Bay Area locations.
Each senior Tampa disability attorney in our firm, Mike Murburg and Carol Wilson, are available to assist you in your legal matters from your initial consultation with them up to the level of the United States Supreme Court. Though over 90% of our cases involve Social Security Disability, SSI and related matters, our attorneys are also able to provide legal representation for people who have related cases involving Veterans Disability and Railroad Retirement Disability matters. If our clients have a related Private Disability Issue of IRISA matter, our Counsel attorney Ed Doskey, J.D. is here to provide those services to our clients as well.
In addition to Attorneys Murburg and Wilson we have a full and experienced staff of legal assistants who readily fulfill the duties of assisting our clients from the filing of initial applications and subsequent other filings that pertain to their cases.
Should you have any questions regarding our firm you can contact us at disabilityattorney.net and use the appropriate links. If you have any other questions, please check out our Social Security Disability FAQ section for any questions pertaining to Social Security Disability, Supplemental Security Income, Disabled Minor Children, Disabled Adult Children and Surviving Spouses Benefits.
We routinely deal with physicians offices and the Social Security Administration in preparing our clients cases. Our support staff is knowledgeable about our clients claims and is readily able to answer our clients questions about day to day case developments.
Se, Hablo Espanol
Our staff is multi-lingual and fluent in English and Spanish. We also have a working knowledge of French, German and Russian. Our staff is well trained and committed to be responsive to the litigation and claim needs of our clients.
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When you contact us, our staff will have some questions for you, so please be ready to speak to them when you call. After we obtain some basic information from you an attorney will evaluate your claim. Thereafter, we will schedule an intake interview with one of our assistants and meet one of our attorneys, who shall evaluate and most likely try your case.
The Law Offices of Mike Murburg, P.A. is retained to represent you.
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