Hatfield Law, PLLC

Hatfield Law, PLLC

A Kennewick based Social Security lawyer serving Tri-Cities, Kennewick, Pasco, Richland, Walla Walla, Spokane, Wenatchee, Moses Lake, Pendleton, Yakima, Ellensburg, and surrounding areas.

Firm Overview

Your life matters

Chad Hatfield firmly believes that everyone's life matters.
Mr. Hatfield is:

Committed: Sticking with his clients every step of the way.

Dedicated: Devoting 100% of his practice to Disability and SSI.

Experienced: Advocated over 1,000 hearings for clients.

Providing representation for SSD and SSI claimants in Benton County, Franklin County, Walla Walla County, Chelan County, Spokane County, Umatilla County, Grant County, Douglas County, Adams County, Ferry County, Stevens County, Okanagon County, Yakima County, and surrounding areas.

Main Office

Main Office
8131 W Klamath Ct Ste D
Kennewick WA 99336


(509) 378-3696 / (855) 945-0945


Free Initial Consultation?


Services Offered For Fixed Fees?

No Fees until your case is approved.


Hatfield Law helps people at all stages of their social security disability claim, including applications, appeals, and hearings. We will handle Social Security Disability, SSI, and SSI child cases. No fees until your case is approved.

Hatfield Law helps people with disabilities throughout all of Central and Eastern Washington.

Chad Hatfield

Hatfield Law, PLLC

Disability Attorney Chad Hatfield was born and raised in Central Washington. He graduated from Brigham Young University as a member of the National Honors Society with degrees in English, Russian, and Business Management. He graduated from one of the nation's leading law schools at The University of Texas at Austin.

Mr. Hatfield first got introduced to the practice of social security disability in 2000 while writing federal court briefs for claimants who were denied at their hearings. Mr. Hatfield has personally represented over a thousand individuals at their social security hearings before the judge. He understands what it takes to get people's claims approved.

Mr. Hatfield is currently working on a project to build the first inclusive playground in Central and Eastern Washington. An inclusive playground is designed so that children with disabilities can play with their able bodied peers. Mr. Hatfield's first priority is to improve the lives of those struggling from impairments.

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