Natalie Hall joined Underwood Law Offices, Inc., in February of 2004. She is a legal assistant with the Huntington, West Virginia office and the McKinney, Texas office.
In 2008, Natalie received certification from The Summit Organization for training as a Social Security representative. In 2012, Natalie successfully completed the Social Security Administration’s requirements to become a nationally registered non-attorney representative.
Natalie travels to multiple hearing offices to represent our Social Security clients in West Virginia, Ohio, Kentucky and Texas.
Natalie was the lead legal assistant in the tragic April 5, 2010 Upper Big Branch mining explosion cases in West Virginia, the lead assistant April 17, 2013, West, TX fertilizer plant explosion cases and is now the lead assistant in Arkema chemical explosion cases in Crosby, Texas.
In 2014, while working with class action clients in the Charleston, W.V. water contamination case, Natalie was able to meet famed legal assistant and environmentalist, Erin Brockovich, who she modeled her career as a legal assistant after.
Natalie also specializes in handling appeals for many of the firm’s short-term disability and long-term disability cases, which fall under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA).
Natalie is a graduate of Milton High School and Marshall University. She was also certified paramedic.
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