Social Security

Social Security claims are very complicated and competent legal representation is critical for getting you the benefits that you are entitled to. The Gray Legal Group has over 30 years of experience in representing clients in obtaining a variety of social security benefits. Additionally,  it is very common for people to be denied when they initially file for Social Security Disability. If this has happened to you our firm will step in and litigate your case in front of an Administrative Law Judge.

 You may be entitled to disability benefits if you have worked 5 out of the past 10 years and you are not able to return to work as a result of physical and/or mental impairment If you have not worked 5 out of the past 10 years and meet the financial requirements you may still qualify for disability benefits. These are just two common examples of the many ways that you can obtain social security benefits and below is a list of other frequent mental and physical impairments that may entitle you to social security.  

- Anger disorders                    - Anxiety disorders

- Back and Neck conditions   - Bipolar Disorder

- Crohn’s disease                    - Depression Disorder

- Diabetes                                - Fibromyalgia

- Heart Conditions                   - Hepatitis

- Lung conditions                     -Lupus

- Lyme Disease                       - Mental Disabilities

- Mood Disorders                   - Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

- Personality Disorders          - Organic Mental Disorders

- Neuropathy                          - Obesity

- Peripheral Vascular Disease (PVD)

- Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA)

If you are unsure if you qualify for Social Security Disability contact our office for a free disability evaluation. 

Our office can guide you through the legal maze of laws and regulations and represent you at all stages of this administrative process. If an accident has left you permanently disable you may also qualify for SSDI benefits.  

Since 1977 our firm has been fighting to put our clients on all forms of social security. If you think you have a social security disability case, please fill out our free case evaluation or contact our office at 617-471-6929. Remember our fees are only paid if our firm is able to qualify you for social security benefits and all fees are set by the state.