Keefe Disability Law Paralegals Attend Key National Conference Focused on Social Security Disability Benefits

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Paralegal staff of New England law firm receive professional education and training at 2010 conference hosted by National Organization of Social Security Claimants Representatives

Our firm is committed to effectively representing clients with their claims for Social Security disability benefits, so it's important for our staff to be on the leading edge of laws and regulations in the field.

The entire paralegal staff of Keefe Disability Law, a Massachusetts-based law firm serving clients throughout New England, recently attended the 2010 annual conference of the National Organization of Social Security Claimants Representatives (NOSSCR).

The conference, which took place in New Orleans, consisted of three days of seminars, conversations with other disability representatives, and addresses from Social Security officials. The six paralegals from Keefe Disability Law attended breakout seminars on diverse subjects, including multiple sclerosis, chronic fatigue syndrome, chronic pain and benefits computation.

"The NOSSCR conference is an important event for staying on top of the latest developments in the field of social security disability law," said Alison Rodin, the manager of Keefe Disability Law, who attended the conference with the team of paralegals. "Our firm is committed to effectively representing clients with their claims for Social Security disability benefits, so it's important for our staff to be on the leading edge of laws and regulations in the field."

Keefe and Associates was founded in 1989 by highly regarded disability attorney John Keefe and Rodin, an experienced Social Security disability paralegal. In 1994, the firm began practicing in the burgeoning area of Social Security disability law, and later formed Keefe Disability Law to focus in this niche.

"In general, Social Security disability benefits are for workers who are unable to perform full time work for at least 12 months," said Rodin. "It is also available to those with a terminal illness, without regard to 12 months. If your physical or mental condition prevents you from full time work, you may qualify for Social Security disability benefits."

The lawyers of Keefe Disability Law serve clients in Massachusetts, Rhode Island and New Hampshire. For 15 years, the firm has worked in the area of Social Security disability law. Keefe Disability Law has helped thousands of people in New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Massachusetts win the Social Security disability benefits they deserve.

For more information, please go to http://www.keefelaw.com or call toll-free 888.764.1398.

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