John Edward “Jack” Cahill, III
Merging Legal Expertise with Hope, Encouragement, and Knowledge
John Edward Cahill, III, affectionately referred to as Jack Cahill.
A Peek Into Jack’s Background
With immense pride, Jack hails from Brockton, Massachusetts, where his educational and service journey began. After completing his studies at Bowdoin College and the New England School of Law, he embarked on a path as a lawyer for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. This early chapter laid the foundation for his lifelong pursuit of justice.
A Diverse Legal Odyssey
For fourteen impactful years, Jack practiced law privately, serving his hometown of Brockton and the dynamic city of Boston. His legal repertoire encompassed a wide range of cases, from multi-million-dollar civil suits representing individuals, insurers, and construction companies, to the defense of serious felonies. His involvement in numerous civil and criminal jury trials deepened his understanding of the law’s impact on people’s lives.
Mastering the Craft
Jack’s commitment to excellence led him to appear before the Massachusetts Court of Appeals, expanding his influence within the legal sphere.
Embracing Social Responsibility
In 2008, a new chapter unfolded as Jack relocated to Oregon. Joining a national firm that focused on Social Security Disability cases, he conducted hearings across the western United States. This experience underscored the powerful fusion of legal expertise with the experiences of disabled individuals.
United by Evans Disability’s Mission
In his journey, Jack found a kindred spirit in Evans Disability’s mission – a mission that resonates deeply with his core values. Just like him, Evans Disability believes in offering hope, encouragement, and knowledge to disabled individuals, ensuring they receive the support they need.
Empowering Through Advocacy
At Evans Disability, Jack has the privilege of upholding this mission. By providing individualized attention and unwavering support, he assists those navigating the intricate landscape of disability litigation. Jack has done thousands of Social Security disability hearings and has over a decade of experience representing people in Social Security court. Each case is more than a legal challenge; it is a narrative that deserves to be recognized and heard.
Jack expresses his gratitude for accompanying him on this journey of advocacy and the relentless pursuit of justice.