The Injury and Disability Law Center

Open for Business
Offers Video Calls
The Injury and Disability Law Center

Experienced personal injury and Social Security disability attorneys.

This lawyer is licensed to practice in New Mexico and has no record of discipline from the New Mexico bar association. *

The Injury and Disability Law Center

The Injury and Disability Law Center

Open for Business
Offers Video Calls

Experienced personal injury and Social Security disability attorneys.

This lawyer is licensed to practice in New Mexico and has no record of discipline from the New Mexico bar association. *

Firm Overview

Experienced personal injury and Social Security disability attorneys. We are trusted guides that provide peace of mind to the injured and disabled.

Main Office

Main Office
614 N Main St.
Roswell, NM 88201

Phone

575-347-1367

Fees
Free Initial Consultation?

Free Initial Consultation

Office Information
Office Hours

Monday - Friday 8:30 - 5:00

Emergency After Hours

No

The Injury and Disability Law Center
Jeremy Worley

Jeremy Worley was born and raised in Roswell, New Mexico in 1981. His father Mike Worley was an attorney who practiced law in Roswell for 40 years, while his mother, Pam Worley taught first grade for 25 years. Jeremy credits his parents for instilling in him the importance of hard work and discipline at a young age.

Injury attorney Jeremy Worley's Rising Star Super Lawyers Badge
Jeremy attended Goddard High School in Roswell where he played four years of basketball and baseball, earning all-district and all-academic honors. Following high school, Jeremy attended Baylor University in Waco, Texas to study Finance.

As a diehard Baylor fan, he enjoyed every minute of his college experience. From the athletic events and intramural games to the faith-based education, and life-changing friendships, Baylor was a dream come true for him. Jeremy obtained his Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance in 2003. Most importantly, however, while at Baylor, Jeremy met his wife Lauren. After five years of dating (yes, it took that long to convince her), they were married in 2006.

After graduating from Baylor University, Jeremy began working in the Baylor University Admissions Department as an Admissions Counselor. Tasked with directing all aspects of recruitment and application review for the Austin and San Antonio regions, Jeremy worked closely with families and high schools in the recruitment process of prospective students. He loved the personal bonds formed with students and their families in the recruitment process because it was an opportunity to help students take a step towards achieving dreams. While his two years in the Admissions Department were some of the most rewarding of his life, Jeremy ultimately felt called to pursue a career in law.

He attended Texas Wesleyan School of Law (now named Texas A&M School of Law) in Fort Worth, Texas where he earned his law degree from Texas Wesleyan School of Law in 2008. Graduating in the Top 10% of his law school class, he earned the prestigious cum laude graduation designation for his academic success.

Following law school graduation, Jeremy and Lauren moved to Roswell in 2008, where Jeremy began practicing personal injury and workers’ compensation law. His entire legal career has focused exclusively on these two practice areas, enabling him to form distinctive, specialized skills to help his clients.

In September 2017, Jeremy joined his brother Josh in opening The Injury and Disability Law Center—the product of a dream to build a law office uniquely designed and created to serve the specific needs of injury and disability clients.

Attorney Jeremy Worley with his familyJeremy and Lauren have two daughters- Meg, age 7 and Faith, age 4. Lauren is a licensed Speech Language Pathologist who owns and operates her own speech therapy business called, Speech Therapy Solutions. She contracts out with various organizations, including the Roswell Independent School District and the Down Syndrome Foundation, to provide speech therapy services to children. Meg and Faith love dance, ballet, and anything with dolls. Outnumbered in a house of all girls, Jeremy has fully embraced the joy of tea parties, dolls, and dance recitals.

Jeremy is very involved with his community and his church. He is a deacon at Christ’s Church where he has served for the past six years. He has also served with the following organizations: Reflections and Recovery Ministry in Roswell, a faith-based ministry that helps individuals recovering from drug and alcohol addiction; the Roswell Homeless Coalition, a group working towards a solution to end homelessness in Roswell; and the Down Syndrome Foundation.

He has dedicated his professional life to helping people that have been injured. He starts by listening and genuinely caring for each client. When someone comes to The Injury and Disability Law Center it usually means things are not going to well in their life, and they need help. Starting with the simple question, “How can I make life better for you” Jeremy takes a holistic approach with each client--- recognizing that each client has unique needs, and his goal is to help meet those needs.

Education

Baylor University
Bachelor in Business Administration - Finance, 2003

Texas A&M School of Law (formerly Texas Wesleyan School of Law)
Law, 2008

The Injury and Disability Law Center
Jeremy Worley

Jeremy Worley was born and raised in Roswell, New Mexico in 1981. His father Mike Worley was an attorney who practiced law in Roswell for 40 years, while his mother, Pam Worley taught first grade for 25 years. Jeremy credits his parents for instilling in him the importance of hard work and discipline at a young age.

Injury attorney Jeremy Worley's Rising Star Super Lawyers Badge
Jeremy attended Goddard High School in Roswell where he played four years of basketball and baseball, earning all-district and all-academic honors. Following high school, Jeremy attended Baylor University in Waco, Texas to study Finance.

As a diehard Baylor fan, he enjoyed every minute of his college experience. From the athletic events and intramural games to the faith-based education, and life-changing friendships, Baylor was a dream come true for him. Jeremy obtained his Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance in 2003. Most importantly, however, while at Baylor, Jeremy met his wife Lauren. After five years of dating (yes, it took that long to convince her), they were married in 2006.

After graduating from Baylor University, Jeremy began working in the Baylor University Admissions Department as an Admissions Counselor. Tasked with directing all aspects of recruitment and application review for the Austin and San Antonio regions, Jeremy worked closely with families and high schools in the recruitment process of prospective students. He loved the personal bonds formed with students and their families in the recruitment process because it was an opportunity to help students take a step towards achieving dreams. While his two years in the Admissions Department were some of the most rewarding of his life, Jeremy ultimately felt called to pursue a career in law.

He attended Texas Wesleyan School of Law (now named Texas A&M School of Law) in Fort Worth, Texas where he earned his law degree from Texas Wesleyan School of Law in 2008. Graduating in the Top 10% of his law school class, he earned the prestigious cum laude graduation designation for his academic success.

Following law school graduation, Jeremy and Lauren moved to Roswell in 2008, where Jeremy began practicing personal injury and workers’ compensation law. His entire legal career has focused exclusively on these two practice areas, enabling him to form distinctive, specialized skills to help his clients.

In September 2017, Jeremy joined his brother Josh in opening The Injury and Disability Law Center—the product of a dream to build a law office uniquely designed and created to serve the specific needs of injury and disability clients.

Attorney Jeremy Worley with his familyJeremy and Lauren have two daughters- Meg, age 7 and Faith, age 4. Lauren is a licensed Speech Language Pathologist who owns and operates her own speech therapy business called, Speech Therapy Solutions. She contracts out with various organizations, including the Roswell Independent School District and the Down Syndrome Foundation, to provide speech therapy services to children. Meg and Faith love dance, ballet, and anything with dolls. Outnumbered in a house of all girls, Jeremy has fully embraced the joy of tea parties, dolls, and dance recitals.

Jeremy is very involved with his community and his church. He is a deacon at Christ’s Church where he has served for the past six years. He has also served with the following organizations: Reflections and Recovery Ministry in Roswell, a faith-based ministry that helps individuals recovering from drug and alcohol addiction; the Roswell Homeless Coalition, a group working towards a solution to end homelessness in Roswell; and the Down Syndrome Foundation.

He has dedicated his professional life to helping people that have been injured. He starts by listening and genuinely caring for each client. When someone comes to The Injury and Disability Law Center it usually means things are not going to well in their life, and they need help. Starting with the simple question, “How can I make life better for you” Jeremy takes a holistic approach with each client--- recognizing that each client has unique needs, and his goal is to help meet those needs.

Education

Baylor University Bachelor in Business Administration - Finance, 2003


Texas A&M School of Law (formerly Texas Wesleyan School of Law) Law, 2008


The Injury and Disability Law Center
Josh Worley

Josh Worley was born in Roswell, New Mexico in 1977. He grew up in Roswell in a house with his parents, Mike and Pam Worley, and his only brother Jeremy. He attended elementary school at Gateway Christian School where he was one of the original students at the private, Christian school that has recently celebrated its 35 year anniversary.

He spent much of his childhood with a ball in his hand enjoying success in baseball and football in particular. Josh attended Goddard High School where he played football, basketball, and baseball. His junior year, he kicked the winning field goal in the state championship game to help defeat Clovis High. His senior year at Goddard he was selected first team all-state quarterback. Unfortunately football his senior year was cut short when he broke his femur in an early round of the playoffs. He recovered in time to play baseball in the spring of his senior year, later being selected to play in the North/South All-Star game as a third baseman. Despite many accomplishments in organized sports, some of his fondest memories of sports growing up include unofficial games created in his back-yard with his brother.

Upon high school graduation, Josh accomplished a lifelong dream of attending Baylor University in Waco, Texas where he met his wife Brandy. He graduated in 1999 with a bachelors degree in business. Following graduation, he worked for Baylor University in the Development Office before attending law school at Baylor. He and Brandy were married in July 2000 in her hometown of Houston, Texas. They lived in Waco, Texas the first two years of their marriage as Josh completed law school and Brandy worked in finance at L3 Communications. He graduated from Baylor Law School in 2002 after successfully finishing the nationally recognized Practice Court program. Josh continues to be a huge supporter of all things Baylor, most recently attending his 32nd straight Baylor Homecoming.

Following graduation from law school, Josh and Brandy moved to Roswell. He started his legal career on January 1, 2003, where he began practicing law in southeastern New Mexico. From his first day as an attorney, he worked hard to learn and establish a Social Security disability legal practice for his firm when there was previously none. His early success in the areas of Social Security Disability and Personal Injury led to a partnership after just five years.

In September 2017, Josh left the partnership along with his brother Jeremy to establish The Injury and Disability Law Center.

Disability attorney Josh Worley with his family
He and his wife Brandy, have a son, age 13, who plays baseball, basketball, football and runs cross-country. They also have a daughter, age 10, who loves to dance in ballet, tap, jazz, and Irish. They both attend school in Roswell where they are actively involved in numerous school activities.

Josh and Brandy are very involved in their community. Josh has coached his son’s little league baseball team for each of the past eight years. Countless hours of fun (mostly fun!) were spent coaching, cheering, laughing, crying, winning, and losing on the baseball field. Fortunately, there was more winning than losing and more laughing then crying. Brandy served as the team mom each of those seven years, ensuring that the team was always organized and looked good! Josh and Brandy are active members of Christ’s Church, and for the past six years, Brandy has served as Coordinator of the Women’s CBS chapter in Roswell.

Josh is a founding board member of the Roswell Homeless Coalition. The Coalition works with the homeless and less fortunate in the community to empower and equip them to build needed life skills to live a positive and productive life. The Roswell Homeless Coalition is currently working to make renovations to a facility that will provide shelter for homeless women and children.

With a newly renovated office building in downtown Roswell, Josh and Jeremy look forward to being actively involved in community events. They opened The Injury and Disability Law Center as a result of a desire to establish a boutique law practice that specifically focuses on clients needing help in the areas of Social Security disability, workers compensation, VA disability benefits, and injuries of any sort including automobile accidents. By opening a law office and building a team of skilled individuals, their desire is to provide a custom legal solution for each of their clients and provide service that cannot be matched by anyone.

Education

Baylor University
BBA, 1999

Baylor University School of Law
Law, 2002

The Injury and Disability Law Center
Josh Worley

Josh Worley was born in Roswell, New Mexico in 1977. He grew up in Roswell in a house with his parents, Mike and Pam Worley, and his only brother Jeremy. He attended elementary school at Gateway Christian School where he was one of the original students at the private, Christian school that has recently celebrated its 35 year anniversary.

He spent much of his childhood with a ball in his hand enjoying success in baseball and football in particular. Josh attended Goddard High School where he played football, basketball, and baseball. His junior year, he kicked the winning field goal in the state championship game to help defeat Clovis High. His senior year at Goddard he was selected first team all-state quarterback. Unfortunately football his senior year was cut short when he broke his femur in an early round of the playoffs. He recovered in time to play baseball in the spring of his senior year, later being selected to play in the North/South All-Star game as a third baseman. Despite many accomplishments in organized sports, some of his fondest memories of sports growing up include unofficial games created in his back-yard with his brother.

Upon high school graduation, Josh accomplished a lifelong dream of attending Baylor University in Waco, Texas where he met his wife Brandy. He graduated in 1999 with a bachelors degree in business. Following graduation, he worked for Baylor University in the Development Office before attending law school at Baylor. He and Brandy were married in July 2000 in her hometown of Houston, Texas. They lived in Waco, Texas the first two years of their marriage as Josh completed law school and Brandy worked in finance at L3 Communications. He graduated from Baylor Law School in 2002 after successfully finishing the nationally recognized Practice Court program. Josh continues to be a huge supporter of all things Baylor, most recently attending his 32nd straight Baylor Homecoming.

Following graduation from law school, Josh and Brandy moved to Roswell. He started his legal career on January 1, 2003, where he began practicing law in southeastern New Mexico. From his first day as an attorney, he worked hard to learn and establish a Social Security disability legal practice for his firm when there was previously none. His early success in the areas of Social Security Disability and Personal Injury led to a partnership after just five years.

In September 2017, Josh left the partnership along with his brother Jeremy to establish The Injury and Disability Law Center.

Disability attorney Josh Worley with his family
He and his wife Brandy, have a son, age 13, who plays baseball, basketball, football and runs cross-country. They also have a daughter, age 10, who loves to dance in ballet, tap, jazz, and Irish. They both attend school in Roswell where they are actively involved in numerous school activities.

Josh and Brandy are very involved in their community. Josh has coached his son’s little league baseball team for each of the past eight years. Countless hours of fun (mostly fun!) were spent coaching, cheering, laughing, crying, winning, and losing on the baseball field. Fortunately, there was more winning than losing and more laughing then crying. Brandy served as the team mom each of those seven years, ensuring that the team was always organized and looked good! Josh and Brandy are active members of Christ’s Church, and for the past six years, Brandy has served as Coordinator of the Women’s CBS chapter in Roswell.

Josh is a founding board member of the Roswell Homeless Coalition. The Coalition works with the homeless and less fortunate in the community to empower and equip them to build needed life skills to live a positive and productive life. The Roswell Homeless Coalition is currently working to make renovations to a facility that will provide shelter for homeless women and children.

With a newly renovated office building in downtown Roswell, Josh and Jeremy look forward to being actively involved in community events. They opened The Injury and Disability Law Center as a result of a desire to establish a boutique law practice that specifically focuses on clients needing help in the areas of Social Security disability, workers compensation, VA disability benefits, and injuries of any sort including automobile accidents. By opening a law office and building a team of skilled individuals, their desire is to provide a custom legal solution for each of their clients and provide service that cannot be matched by anyone.

Education

Baylor University BBA, 1999


Baylor University School of Law Law, 2002


Firm Overview

Experienced personal injury and Social Security disability attorneys. We are trusted guides that provide peace of mind to the injured and disabled.

Main Office

Main Office
614 N Main St.
Roswell, NM 88201

Phone

575-347-1367

Fees
Free Initial Consultation?

Free Initial Consultation

Office Information
Office Hours

Monday - Friday 8:30 - 5:00

Emergency After Hours

No

The Injury and Disability Law Center
Jeremy Worley

Jeremy Worley was born and raised in Roswell, New Mexico in 1981. His father Mike Worley was an attorney who practiced law in Roswell for 40 years, while his mother, Pam Worley taught first grade for 25 years. Jeremy credits his parents for instilling in him the importance of hard work and discipline at a young age.

Injury attorney Jeremy Worley's Rising Star Super Lawyers Badge
Jeremy attended Goddard High School in Roswell where he played four years of basketball and baseball, earning all-district and all-academic honors. Following high school, Jeremy attended Baylor University in Waco, Texas to study Finance.

As a diehard Baylor fan, he enjoyed every minute of his college experience. From the athletic events and intramural games to the faith-based education, and life-changing friendships, Baylor was a dream come true for him. Jeremy obtained his Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance in 2003. Most importantly, however, while at Baylor, Jeremy met his wife Lauren. After five years of dating (yes, it took that long to convince her), they were married in 2006.

After graduating from Baylor University, Jeremy began working in the Baylor University Admissions Department as an Admissions Counselor. Tasked with directing all aspects of recruitment and application review for the Austin and San Antonio regions, Jeremy worked closely with families and high schools in the recruitment process of prospective students. He loved the personal bonds formed with students and their families in the recruitment process because it was an opportunity to help students take a step towards achieving dreams. While his two years in the Admissions Department were some of the most rewarding of his life, Jeremy ultimately felt called to pursue a career in law.

He attended Texas Wesleyan School of Law (now named Texas A&M School of Law) in Fort Worth, Texas where he earned his law degree from Texas Wesleyan School of Law in 2008. Graduating in the Top 10% of his law school class, he earned the prestigious cum laude graduation designation for his academic success.

Following law school graduation, Jeremy and Lauren moved to Roswell in 2008, where Jeremy began practicing personal injury and workers’ compensation law. His entire legal career has focused exclusively on these two practice areas, enabling him to form distinctive, specialized skills to help his clients.

In September 2017, Jeremy joined his brother Josh in opening The Injury and Disability Law Center—the product of a dream to build a law office uniquely designed and created to serve the specific needs of injury and disability clients.

Attorney Jeremy Worley with his familyJeremy and Lauren have two daughters- Meg, age 7 and Faith, age 4. Lauren is a licensed Speech Language Pathologist who owns and operates her own speech therapy business called, Speech Therapy Solutions. She contracts out with various organizations, including the Roswell Independent School District and the Down Syndrome Foundation, to provide speech therapy services to children. Meg and Faith love dance, ballet, and anything with dolls. Outnumbered in a house of all girls, Jeremy has fully embraced the joy of tea parties, dolls, and dance recitals.

Jeremy is very involved with his community and his church. He is a deacon at Christ’s Church where he has served for the past six years. He has also served with the following organizations: Reflections and Recovery Ministry in Roswell, a faith-based ministry that helps individuals recovering from drug and alcohol addiction; the Roswell Homeless Coalition, a group working towards a solution to end homelessness in Roswell; and the Down Syndrome Foundation.

He has dedicated his professional life to helping people that have been injured. He starts by listening and genuinely caring for each client. When someone comes to The Injury and Disability Law Center it usually means things are not going to well in their life, and they need help. Starting with the simple question, “How can I make life better for you” Jeremy takes a holistic approach with each client--- recognizing that each client has unique needs, and his goal is to help meet those needs.

Education

Baylor University
Bachelor in Business Administration - Finance, 2003

Texas A&M School of Law (formerly Texas Wesleyan School of Law)
Law, 2008

The Injury and Disability Law Center
Jeremy Worley

Jeremy Worley was born and raised in Roswell, New Mexico in 1981. His father Mike Worley was an attorney who practiced law in Roswell for 40 years, while his mother, Pam Worley taught first grade for 25 years. Jeremy credits his parents for instilling in him the importance of hard work and discipline at a young age.

Injury attorney Jeremy Worley's Rising Star Super Lawyers Badge
Jeremy attended Goddard High School in Roswell where he played four years of basketball and baseball, earning all-district and all-academic honors. Following high school, Jeremy attended Baylor University in Waco, Texas to study Finance.

As a diehard Baylor fan, he enjoyed every minute of his college experience. From the athletic events and intramural games to the faith-based education, and life-changing friendships, Baylor was a dream come true for him. Jeremy obtained his Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance in 2003. Most importantly, however, while at Baylor, Jeremy met his wife Lauren. After five years of dating (yes, it took that long to convince her), they were married in 2006.

After graduating from Baylor University, Jeremy began working in the Baylor University Admissions Department as an Admissions Counselor. Tasked with directing all aspects of recruitment and application review for the Austin and San Antonio regions, Jeremy worked closely with families and high schools in the recruitment process of prospective students. He loved the personal bonds formed with students and their families in the recruitment process because it was an opportunity to help students take a step towards achieving dreams. While his two years in the Admissions Department were some of the most rewarding of his life, Jeremy ultimately felt called to pursue a career in law.

He attended Texas Wesleyan School of Law (now named Texas A&M School of Law) in Fort Worth, Texas where he earned his law degree from Texas Wesleyan School of Law in 2008. Graduating in the Top 10% of his law school class, he earned the prestigious cum laude graduation designation for his academic success.

Following law school graduation, Jeremy and Lauren moved to Roswell in 2008, where Jeremy began practicing personal injury and workers’ compensation law. His entire legal career has focused exclusively on these two practice areas, enabling him to form distinctive, specialized skills to help his clients.

In September 2017, Jeremy joined his brother Josh in opening The Injury and Disability Law Center—the product of a dream to build a law office uniquely designed and created to serve the specific needs of injury and disability clients.

Attorney Jeremy Worley with his familyJeremy and Lauren have two daughters- Meg, age 7 and Faith, age 4. Lauren is a licensed Speech Language Pathologist who owns and operates her own speech therapy business called, Speech Therapy Solutions. She contracts out with various organizations, including the Roswell Independent School District and the Down Syndrome Foundation, to provide speech therapy services to children. Meg and Faith love dance, ballet, and anything with dolls. Outnumbered in a house of all girls, Jeremy has fully embraced the joy of tea parties, dolls, and dance recitals.

Jeremy is very involved with his community and his church. He is a deacon at Christ’s Church where he has served for the past six years. He has also served with the following organizations: Reflections and Recovery Ministry in Roswell, a faith-based ministry that helps individuals recovering from drug and alcohol addiction; the Roswell Homeless Coalition, a group working towards a solution to end homelessness in Roswell; and the Down Syndrome Foundation.

He has dedicated his professional life to helping people that have been injured. He starts by listening and genuinely caring for each client. When someone comes to The Injury and Disability Law Center it usually means things are not going to well in their life, and they need help. Starting with the simple question, “How can I make life better for you” Jeremy takes a holistic approach with each client--- recognizing that each client has unique needs, and his goal is to help meet those needs.

Education

Baylor University Bachelor in Business Administration - Finance, 2003


Texas A&M School of Law (formerly Texas Wesleyan School of Law) Law, 2008


The Injury and Disability Law Center
Josh Worley

Josh Worley was born in Roswell, New Mexico in 1977. He grew up in Roswell in a house with his parents, Mike and Pam Worley, and his only brother Jeremy. He attended elementary school at Gateway Christian School where he was one of the original students at the private, Christian school that has recently celebrated its 35 year anniversary.

He spent much of his childhood with a ball in his hand enjoying success in baseball and football in particular. Josh attended Goddard High School where he played football, basketball, and baseball. His junior year, he kicked the winning field goal in the state championship game to help defeat Clovis High. His senior year at Goddard he was selected first team all-state quarterback. Unfortunately football his senior year was cut short when he broke his femur in an early round of the playoffs. He recovered in time to play baseball in the spring of his senior year, later being selected to play in the North/South All-Star game as a third baseman. Despite many accomplishments in organized sports, some of his fondest memories of sports growing up include unofficial games created in his back-yard with his brother.

Upon high school graduation, Josh accomplished a lifelong dream of attending Baylor University in Waco, Texas where he met his wife Brandy. He graduated in 1999 with a bachelors degree in business. Following graduation, he worked for Baylor University in the Development Office before attending law school at Baylor. He and Brandy were married in July 2000 in her hometown of Houston, Texas. They lived in Waco, Texas the first two years of their marriage as Josh completed law school and Brandy worked in finance at L3 Communications. He graduated from Baylor Law School in 2002 after successfully finishing the nationally recognized Practice Court program. Josh continues to be a huge supporter of all things Baylor, most recently attending his 32nd straight Baylor Homecoming.

Following graduation from law school, Josh and Brandy moved to Roswell. He started his legal career on January 1, 2003, where he began practicing law in southeastern New Mexico. From his first day as an attorney, he worked hard to learn and establish a Social Security disability legal practice for his firm when there was previously none. His early success in the areas of Social Security Disability and Personal Injury led to a partnership after just five years.

In September 2017, Josh left the partnership along with his brother Jeremy to establish The Injury and Disability Law Center.

Disability attorney Josh Worley with his family
He and his wife Brandy, have a son, age 13, who plays baseball, basketball, football and runs cross-country. They also have a daughter, age 10, who loves to dance in ballet, tap, jazz, and Irish. They both attend school in Roswell where they are actively involved in numerous school activities.

Josh and Brandy are very involved in their community. Josh has coached his son’s little league baseball team for each of the past eight years. Countless hours of fun (mostly fun!) were spent coaching, cheering, laughing, crying, winning, and losing on the baseball field. Fortunately, there was more winning than losing and more laughing then crying. Brandy served as the team mom each of those seven years, ensuring that the team was always organized and looked good! Josh and Brandy are active members of Christ’s Church, and for the past six years, Brandy has served as Coordinator of the Women’s CBS chapter in Roswell.

Josh is a founding board member of the Roswell Homeless Coalition. The Coalition works with the homeless and less fortunate in the community to empower and equip them to build needed life skills to live a positive and productive life. The Roswell Homeless Coalition is currently working to make renovations to a facility that will provide shelter for homeless women and children.

With a newly renovated office building in downtown Roswell, Josh and Jeremy look forward to being actively involved in community events. They opened The Injury and Disability Law Center as a result of a desire to establish a boutique law practice that specifically focuses on clients needing help in the areas of Social Security disability, workers compensation, VA disability benefits, and injuries of any sort including automobile accidents. By opening a law office and building a team of skilled individuals, their desire is to provide a custom legal solution for each of their clients and provide service that cannot be matched by anyone.

Education

Baylor University
BBA, 1999

Baylor University School of Law
Law, 2002

The Injury and Disability Law Center
Josh Worley

Josh Worley was born in Roswell, New Mexico in 1977. He grew up in Roswell in a house with his parents, Mike and Pam Worley, and his only brother Jeremy. He attended elementary school at Gateway Christian School where he was one of the original students at the private, Christian school that has recently celebrated its 35 year anniversary.

He spent much of his childhood with a ball in his hand enjoying success in baseball and football in particular. Josh attended Goddard High School where he played football, basketball, and baseball. His junior year, he kicked the winning field goal in the state championship game to help defeat Clovis High. His senior year at Goddard he was selected first team all-state quarterback. Unfortunately football his senior year was cut short when he broke his femur in an early round of the playoffs. He recovered in time to play baseball in the spring of his senior year, later being selected to play in the North/South All-Star game as a third baseman. Despite many accomplishments in organized sports, some of his fondest memories of sports growing up include unofficial games created in his back-yard with his brother.

Upon high school graduation, Josh accomplished a lifelong dream of attending Baylor University in Waco, Texas where he met his wife Brandy. He graduated in 1999 with a bachelors degree in business. Following graduation, he worked for Baylor University in the Development Office before attending law school at Baylor. He and Brandy were married in July 2000 in her hometown of Houston, Texas. They lived in Waco, Texas the first two years of their marriage as Josh completed law school and Brandy worked in finance at L3 Communications. He graduated from Baylor Law School in 2002 after successfully finishing the nationally recognized Practice Court program. Josh continues to be a huge supporter of all things Baylor, most recently attending his 32nd straight Baylor Homecoming.

Following graduation from law school, Josh and Brandy moved to Roswell. He started his legal career on January 1, 2003, where he began practicing law in southeastern New Mexico. From his first day as an attorney, he worked hard to learn and establish a Social Security disability legal practice for his firm when there was previously none. His early success in the areas of Social Security Disability and Personal Injury led to a partnership after just five years.

In September 2017, Josh left the partnership along with his brother Jeremy to establish The Injury and Disability Law Center.

Disability attorney Josh Worley with his family
He and his wife Brandy, have a son, age 13, who plays baseball, basketball, football and runs cross-country. They also have a daughter, age 10, who loves to dance in ballet, tap, jazz, and Irish. They both attend school in Roswell where they are actively involved in numerous school activities.

Josh and Brandy are very involved in their community. Josh has coached his son’s little league baseball team for each of the past eight years. Countless hours of fun (mostly fun!) were spent coaching, cheering, laughing, crying, winning, and losing on the baseball field. Fortunately, there was more winning than losing and more laughing then crying. Brandy served as the team mom each of those seven years, ensuring that the team was always organized and looked good! Josh and Brandy are active members of Christ’s Church, and for the past six years, Brandy has served as Coordinator of the Women’s CBS chapter in Roswell.

Josh is a founding board member of the Roswell Homeless Coalition. The Coalition works with the homeless and less fortunate in the community to empower and equip them to build needed life skills to live a positive and productive life. The Roswell Homeless Coalition is currently working to make renovations to a facility that will provide shelter for homeless women and children.

With a newly renovated office building in downtown Roswell, Josh and Jeremy look forward to being actively involved in community events. They opened The Injury and Disability Law Center as a result of a desire to establish a boutique law practice that specifically focuses on clients needing help in the areas of Social Security disability, workers compensation, VA disability benefits, and injuries of any sort including automobile accidents. By opening a law office and building a team of skilled individuals, their desire is to provide a custom legal solution for each of their clients and provide service that cannot be matched by anyone.

Education

Baylor University BBA, 1999


Baylor University School of Law Law, 2002


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This lawyer is licensed to practice in New Mexico and has no record of discipline from the New Mexico bar association. *

* Nolo has confirmed that every member attorney has a valid license and is in good standing with the state agency that licenses lawyers. Any past disbarments and suspensions (with possible exceptions for minor violations or nonpayment of dues, in our discretion) will be indicated accordingly in the badge. Member attorneys are required to notify Nolo immediately if they become the subject of any disciplinary action by any state licensing agency.