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We Can Help You Obtain and Keep Your Social Security and Disability Benefits.

Our Massachusetts Social Security and Disability Benefits Lawyers Are Experts.

The Law Offices of Gilbert R. Hoy, Jr. and Affiliates is located in Boston, MA. Our Social Security and Disability Benefits Attorneys can help you obtain and keep your Social Security and Disability Benefits. Call us at (617) 787-3700 or email us at today for a free initial consultation.

Social Security and Disability Benefits are available to disabled individuals who meet Social Security requirements in terms of both disability and eligibility. These benefits are generally payable up to 80% of your earnings as determined by your average cumulative earnings (ACE) score, and do not consider your assets. If you are receiving worker’s compensation benefits or similar disability payments, those benefits are paid first, and Social Security makes up the difference, up to 80%. Other Social Security and Disability Benefits include dependency (auxiliary) benefits, Medicare health insurance (after two years), and vocational rehabilitation for those qualified.

Let Our Boston, MA Social Security and Disability Benefits Attorneys Assist You.

Our Massachusetts Social Security and Disability Benefits Lawyers have extensive experience, skill and knowledge. Let us help you navigate this complicated area of the law.

If you are injured, you may be eligible for Disability Benefits if you are unable to make any significant amount of money because of a medically determinable physical or mental condition which has lasted, or is expected to last, for a continuous period of not less than 12 months, or results in death. To meet this condition, you must have physical impairments of such severity that you are not only unable to engage in your previous work, but cannot, considering your age, education, and prior work experience, be employed to earn a sufficient amount of money.

To be eligible for Disability Benefits, you must have worked five out of the ten years before becoming disabled. For individuals under age 31, the requirements for determining eligibility are a little different because they have not had enough time to work to meet the quarterly requirements.

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