Attorney McMahon has been handling and winning social security disability cases for more than 30 years.

To be eligible for Social Security Disability benefits, you must have a physical or mental impairment, or a combination of such problems, severe enough to prevent you from working, or which are expected to prevent you from working, for at least 12 months.  Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is basically a program for people with low incomes who are disabled, blind, or over 65.

We explain the disability process and help you obtain all necessary information and documents.  We present your whole picture to the Social Security Administration.  The procedure for filing an application requires strict compliance with regulations and statutes, proper documentation, and often medical examinations. Because of the complexity of the procedure, you should consult an attorney to determine whether you are qualified to obtain Social Security benefits.  A knowledgeable Connecticut attorney can assist you with your social security disability claim.

From start to finish, we take the time to help you understand all aspects of your claim.  We handle cases at all levels of the Social Security Disability or Supplemental Security Income process, including initial applications, reconsiderations, hearings, and administrative appeals. We also handle federal cases in United States District Court.

There is no attorney’s fee unless we help you obtain benefits and our fee is approved by the Social Security Administration.