Attorney Nicholas Ellis focuses on Social Security disability claims, appeals, and other disability-related manners.
His clients recommend him for his professional experience, knowledge, positive attitude, and passion for helping others. He has been representing people with disabilities since 1986, and has built his practice around helping injured parties and their families get the benefits they deserve. He strongly believes in maintaining a standard of excellence and expertise in his work. Attorney Nicholas Ellis has a 95% success rate of clients receiving a favorable decision at hearing.
Attorney Nicholas Ellis is committed to promoting quality in education. He has always identified himself as a life-long learner, and makes it a point to stay informed of the latest news and professional standards in his field. He is an avid reader and is always looking for new ways to learn. He is a member of multiple associations. The associations include the NOSSCR, also known as the National Organization of Social Security Claimant Representatives. As a young man, he attended Worcester Academy. Attorney Nicholas Ellis is a graduate of Suffolk University Law School and holds a bachelor’s degree in history from Boston College.
Having grown up and attended school in Mass, Nicholas Ellis is proud to call himself a lifelong New Englander. He and his wife, Kathie, make their home in Shrewsbury, MA together with their three children. He is a life long New England sports fan who loves watching the Boston Celtics, Bruins, Red Sox, and New England Patriots. In the fall, he loves to catch a game at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, and in the winter he loves to take a trip into downtown Boston to watch the Celtics or Bruins at the TD Garden. Nicholas Ellis has always loved New England’s beaches. In the summertime, you can find him enjoying the warm weather with his family on Cape Cod or on Martha’s Vineyard.
Nicholas Ellis has been playing tennis for many years, and loves spending time outside on the court on a beautiful spring day. He follows professional tennis, and makes it a point to watch the biggest tournaments of the year. Attorney Nicholas Ellis also believes in the power of giving back, sharing his passion, and helping those who are less fortunate. He has volunteered his time as a tennis coach for young children at his local YMCA for the past 15 years, and has been certified as a tennis instructor with the U.S. Tennis Association for the past 30 years. Additionally, Ellis volunteers as a Big Brother through the inspiring Big Brothers Big Sisters organization and stands as a dedicated member of the Outreach Committee at First Congregational Church.