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The Law Offices of Terri D. Mason, P.C. is a Maryland based firm with over twenty years of experience advocating for people with disabilities. Terri Mason, the owner of firm, will personally handle your case. Ms. Mason is an experienced attorney with twenty-nine years of experience fighting for the rights of people with disabilities to promote a quality life by ensuring that they receive all benefits to which they may be entitled. Ms. Mason understands the challenges faced by people with disabilities and will provide zealous representation to make a positive impact on her clients’ lives. To Ms. Mason, you are not just another file, but an individual who is entitled to her best effort. She will stand firm with you to navigate the challenges of the social security disability process.


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Social Security Disability

It is a common misconception that disability benefits are immediately available to you the moment after you become disabled. This is simply not true. Law Offices of Terri D. Mason.

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Mental Health Law

The Baltimore attorney represents the mentally ill and those with developmental disabilities when they have been victims of discrimination.

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Veterans' Benefits

Veterans benefits are the means by which a grateful nation fulfills the duty expressed by President Lincoln “to bind up the nation’s.

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Elder Law

Live your golden years in comfort and with peace of mind. Let Law Offices of Terri D. Mason, P.C. handle your legal needs so you can concentrate on the important business of enjoying life.

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I Can Still Do Some Household Chores. Am I Qualified for Social Security Disability Benefits?

Many people find the definition of “disability” for Social Security disability benefits to be confusing. The Social Security Administration (SSA) has very precise rules that apply to disability determinations. When evaluating claims, the SSA looks closely at both the work activities that a claimant can perform and the ordinary, everyday activities that a claimant can […]

Mental Illness and Social Security Disability Benefits

When people think of symptoms, their first thoughts are swelling, rashes, skin discolorations, or other visible signs. But mental illnesses don’t give off what most doctors or the Social Security Administration (SSA) would consider physical symptoms. If you’re dealing with a mental illness, the only signs you may be able to see are a person’s […]

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