Boston Social Security Disability Lawyers

The lawyers at Carney Law Firm have been representing Social Security Disability Claimants who live in or near Boston for over 25 years. If you live in or near Boston and have become disabled from working, you may be entitled to Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits if you meet the criteria for eligibility.

With a population over 600,000, Boston is the 21st largest city in the United States. Boston is home to some of the country’s most renowned medical facilities, including Massachusetts General Hospital, Brigham & Women`s Hospital, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital and Children’s Hospital. Boston is also the center of employment for hundreds of thousands or workers, as the city supplies over 680,000 jobs to workers.

Unfortunately, many Boston area workers become disabled from work due to a wide variety of physical and mental impairments. For more information on Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), please visit our SSDI FAQ’s page.

There are many types of injuries, illnesses and health conditions that can prevent you from doing your job and allow you to collect Social Security Disability (SSDI) benefits. Among the many include: orthopedic injuries to shoulders, knees, back, hip, ankles, feet or arms that may prevent you from doing your job, chronic pain disorders such as Fibromyalgia, mental disorders such as post-traumatic stress disorder or bipolar disorder, chronic fatigue disorders, depression, traumatic brain injury and post-concussion syndrome.

If you live in the Boston area, you can apply for SSDI benefits at your local Social Security Administration Office or apply online at www.ssa.gov/onlineservices. Local offices in the Boston area include:

  • 10 Causeway Street, Boston, MA
  • 10 Malcolm X Boulevard, Dorchester, MA
  • 4238 Washington Street, Roslindale, MA

If you are denied benefits upon your initial application, you have sixty (60) days in which you may file an appeal, or a “Request for Reconsideration.” At this point it is advisable to consult with an attorney who can help you provide the documentation necessary for the Administration to approve your claim. If you are denied benefits at the Request for Reconsideration stage of your claim, you have sixty (60) days from the date of the denial to file a Request for a Hearing. Your Social Security Disability Insurance claim hearing will be held at the Social Security Administration Office of Disability and Adjudication and Review’s Boston location, located at One Bowdoin Square. It is advisable to have an attorney represent you at the Hearing in front of the Administrative Law Judge. Our Quincy Social Security Disability lawyers will work with you to do everything possible to get you your benefits as quick as possible, and will ensure that the Administration is provided with all available medical and vocational evidence necessary to prove your claim.

If you have been denied Social Security Disability benefits you should contact our Social Security Disability (SSDI) attorneys by calling us at 617-426-9797, toll free at 800-640-2667 or by completing our online contact form. All of our client consultations are free and our attorney’s fees are paid out of any retroactive disability benefits you may be awarded (25% of retroactive award, capped at a maximum attorney fee of $6,000.00).

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