Boston Social Security Claims Lawyers

Massachusetts Law Firm for Social Security Application Denials

The majority of Social Security disability insurance (SSDI) benefits applications are denied the first two times (during determination and reconsideration). However, you do not have to give up. When the correct information is presented, many claims are approved after the disability hearing.

At Rawson, Merrigan & Litner, LLP, we will meet with you, obtain your medical records and review them with you. Then we can process your SSDI claim for you. We can help you with reconsideration and represent you at disability and appeal hearings. Please call us at 617-348-0988 for a free consultation.

There Is Hope for Your SSDI Claim

SSDI benefits may be granted to cover mental and physical health problems. You may also receive it for illnesses or injuries suffered by a dependent or loved one for whom you are responsible.

If you have been denied Social Security disability benefits after reconsideration, you have only 60 days from receiving your denial to request a disability hearing. It is important to contact us as soon as possible to get started on your hearing.

You are allowed to present new information about your case at this hearing. We can help you compile the necessary medical reports and forms and build a compelling argument on your behalf. We can represent you at the hearing to argue on your behalf.

Your disability hearing will be heard by an administrative law judge who did not participate in the original determination or reconsideration of your case. Because the judge will have no prior knowledge of your case, your file must include the correct information. This is a complex process that is best handled by an attorney with SSDI experience.

To discuss your SSDI claim, please call our Boston or Greenfield offices at 617-348-0988 or send us an e-mail for a free consultation.