Attorney Nicholas Ellis has been practicing law in Worcester, Mass since 1986. His legal practice focuses largely on Social Security disability claims and appeals, as well as other disability related issues, including municipal and state disability pensions.
As a Social Security Attorney, Nicholas Ellis is dedicated to helping injured individuals and their families overcome overwhelming obstacles to get the benefits they deserve. Ellis is committed to promoting quality education and has always identified himself as a life-long learner. He makes a point to stay informed with the latest news and standards in his field. He has accomplished this through professional membership in various associations. These memberships include organizations such as the National Organization of Social Security Claimant Representatives (NOSSCR). Established in 1979, the NOSSCR is a bar association designed for attorneys along with other advocates representing individuals with disabilities.
Throughout his career, Attorney Nicholas Ellis has been noted and commended by his clients for his attention to detail along with his compassionate demeanor. From the very beginning, Attorney Nicholas Ellis works directly with the client so that they are able to fully understand Social Security administration requirements and are fully prepared for an appeal or disability hearing. One of the most important aspects of Ellis’ practice is loyalty. Nicholas Ellis and his team are committed to gaining the best benefits possible for each client they take on. Attorney Nicholas Ellis will only take on cases they are confident they can win. One the team has reviewed the case and has established a strategic plan, they offer personalized assistance and work proactively to achieve the most fair compensation under the law.
Before establishing his professional career, Nicholas Ellis earned an honorable and notable education. He attended Worcester Academy and then completed law school at Suffolk University. Additionally, Ellis holds a Bachelor’s degree in History from Boston College.
Aside from his career as a Social Security Attorney, Nicholas Ellis is an active volunteer in his community. Ellis is a volunteer with the Big Brothers Big Sisters of America organization. At his local YMCA, Nicholas Ellis volunteers as a tennis coach for inner city youth. For Nicholas Ellis, giving back to the community and helping individuals both throughout his professional career as well as his volunteer work is a treasurable and truly rewarding experience.