Many people post comments, broadcast what they are up to, and even upload pictures to Facebook and other social media sites. Find out why this Massachusetts disability lawyer warns people from doing this when involved in a Social Security Disability benefits review. Watch this video to learn more.

If you are active on Facebook or any of the other social media sites, you may have certain risks with respect to your disability claim.  The Social Security Administration (SSA), as well as the administrative law judge deciding your case, can visit your Facebook page and other sites to see your comments, see how you look in your photos, and to monitor what activities you are involved in.  What you post on these sites can potentially destroy your case because they will compare it to what you filled out on your Social Security questionnaires and look for inconsistencies.

Do not give the SSA a reason to mistrust your claim.  Keefe Disability Law can help guide you through this process and explain the other critical things you should avoid doing during your benefits claim review process.  Call an experienced Massachusetts Social Security Disability attorney who also practices in Vermont, New Hampshire and Rhode Island at 888-904-6847, and get your questions answered in a free legal consultation.

John L. Keefe
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Founding Attorney, Massachusetts Social Security Disability Lawyer