Social Security Disability benefits make a real difference in people's lives. For someone who cannot work, they provide for the basics, such as food and shelter. We have seen them be the difference between a client being able to stay in his or her own homes and facing eviction or foreclosure. It is a rare that lawyers gets to practice in an area that has such a basic and positive impact on their clients' lives.
Work-place injuries can also be disruptive and trying chapters in any person's life. There can be uncertainty about whether the injured worker will recover enough to return to work. In order to get Workers' Compensation, the injured worker often must deal with an insurance company that can seem uncaring or even hostile. On top of this most people do not understand what they are entitled to received when injured on the job.
At Jarvis & Modun, LLP, we strive to help disabled and injured people with needed legal representation through these trying times. It is work that we find gratifying, fulfilling and valuable.
Our lawyers have over 14 years of experience in the areas of Social Security Disability Law, Supplemental Security Income, Workers' Compensation, and Personal Injury. Craig Jarvis has been recognized as one of the top Social Security lawyers practicing in New England by the publication "Super Lawyers" from 2012-14.
We are hands-on attorneys who work directly with clients through every aspect of a case. We never send paralegals to represent clients at a Social Security hearing, and we do not rely on paralegals to write briefs or findings. We meet with you and keep in direct contact with you throughout the legal process. We do not rely on non-attorneys to manage your case or communicate important information to you on our behalf. When you have questions or concerns, we answer your questions directly. We get to know every one of our clients. We listen, we care, and we fight for you.
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