Obtaining The Disability Benefits You Need

Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) are programs that were created to benefit people who are unable to work due to injury or illness. Likewise, accidental disability retirement benefits are for government employees who can no longer work. However, obtaining these benefits is no simple matter for people in Massachusetts and New Hampshire.

At The Law Offices of Carolina K. Tumminelli, PLLC, our Chelmsford-based attorneys have been helping people navigate the legal system for years. We can help you pursue the benefits you need.

The Claims Process For Social Security Disability

Filing a claim for Social Security Disability is relatively straightforward. There is specific information that will need to be provided. Our lawyers can provide guidance on how to navigate the claims process, including how to complete and submit your application for benefits.

Denied Claims Are All Too Common

Be aware that the majority of claims are denied the first time around. Just because your application was rejected does not mean you will not be able to get Social Security benefits. This is not the end of the road. However, it is now even more important that you have an experienced attorney on your side to help you appeal the denied Social Security claim.

We have built an impressive record of success in gathering additional information on disallowed claims and pursuing appeals. We will help you prepare a request for reconsideration, adding whatever new information to your claim as necessary. If this request is denied, we will prepare for a hearing with the Social Security Administration. We will go the distance to help you get the disability benefits to which you are entitled.

Benefits For Teachers And Other Government Employees

We help teachers and other city, county and state employees obtain accidental disability retirement benefits after an injury. Learn more about seeking municipal and state retirement benefits in Massachusetts and New Hampshire.

Learn How We Can Help In A Free Initial Consultation

Social Security cases are handled on a contingency fee basis. That means you pay no legal fees if we are not successful. Email our firm or call us at 978-256-9655.

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