If you become disabled, Social Security Disability Insurance (“SSDI”) provides income until your condition improves and guarantees income if it doesn’t. It is not a government handout or welfare. It is insurance that you paid for during your working years. You are entitled to it based on mandatory payroll taxes that you have paid and your employer has matched. At the Law Office of Channing Migner, we consider it our role to make the Social Security disability process less confusing, less intimidating and more convenient for our clients with disabilities.
Conveniently Located to Serve Disabled Individuals and Their Families
From our office in Worcester, MA, we represent disabled individuals seeking social security benefits in Boston, Springfield and Worcester and residing throughout Franklin, Hampden, Hampshire, Middlesex, Norfolk, Worcester and Suffolk Counties. We also provide representation to individuals with social security claims in Manchester, Hew Hampshire, Providence, R.I. and Hartford, Connecticut. Through our affiliated attorneys in NOSSCR, we can arrange for your SSDI claim to be handled within or beyond New England as required.
Experienced Social Security Disability Lawyers for Injured Workers
Our attorneys have experience in social security disability claims representation based on many years of representing injured workers. We have also considerable experience in related long term disability benefits claims. The satisfaction of our former social security disability clients is a testament to our excellence in social security disability claims representation.
Eligibility for Social Security Disability Benefits
The criteria for determining eligibility for social security disability benefits are extremely strict. While private disability insurance may pay for short-term disability or partial disability, or provide benefits when you can’t work at your regular job, social security does not. Under social security’s eligibility rules, you must be completely unable to do any kind of substantial gainful work for which you are suited, and the disability must be expected to last for at least one year or result in death.
If your social security disability benefits have been denied, contact us. You need to contact an experienced social security disability attorney immediately to preserve your rights.