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Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) are benefit programs administered by the federal government. Social Security Disability (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits are designed to provide income to people who are physically or mentally disabled from substantial gainful employment.  There are numerous detailed and complex rules and regulations regarding eligibility for SSDI and SSI benefits, and an attorney with extensive experience in handling Social Security claims in Massachusetts and New Hampshire can be essential in navigating those rules and regulations.  It is often necessary to have a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ), and an experienced attorney is especially valuable at this stage of the Social Security claims process.  


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Nashua, NH 03062

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At Tyner Law Offices in Chelmsford and Nashua we represent individuals and their families who have suffered serious injuries due to the negligence or carelessness of others. Pain, emotional suffering, and financial distress almost always accompany a serious injury.  At the Tyner Law Offices it is our law firm's mission to ensure that accident victims receive all of the compensation and benefits to which they are entitled under the law.  Benefits may include pain and suffering damages, lost wages, medical expenses, compensation for disfigurement and/or disability, and loss of consortium.  Every personal injury case depends on its own facts and can turn on very subtle details that an experienced personal injury attorney will recognize as important.  In fact, a personal injury lawyer's first job is to closely analyze those details to ensure that all possible claims are identified.

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Chelmsford, MA 01824

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Accidental Disability Retirement (ADR) is an extremely valuable benefit that is available to most public employees, including public employees in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Generally, covered public employees include state, city or town employees, as well as employees of most public authorities (a notable exception being the MBTA). Often, an ADR claim will also involve a workers' compensation claim.  The interaction of ADR and workers' compensation can be complicated, and is best dealt with by an experienced personal injury attorney.  

Workers' compensation is insurance required under state law to be maintained by almost all employers for the benefit of their employees. Both Massachusetts and New Hampshire have detailed statutes covering their workers' compensation requirements. Benefits are provided for lost wages for total and partial disability, death, medical expenses, vocational re-training, and a few other specified benefits. At Tyner Law Offices we zealously represent the interests of injured workers and their family members. Attorney Tyner has represented hundreds of injured workers over the course of more than 30 years.  His clients in Greater Lowell/Chelmsford and Nashua have included employees from the construction and building trades, the service industry, the public sector, the health care industry, and the manufacturing industry, to name a few.