For those who suffer from a disability and can't work, you might get SSDI or SSI. Qualifying impairments can be mental or physical and they pertain to adults, as well as children. A social security disability lawyer can help validate your claim, apply for disability correctly and help you through any challenges in the process. Many individuals have obtained SSI and SSD benefits with the help of our attorneys.

If you have any of the disabilities below and aren't able to work, you may be eligible:

  • Back injuries
  • Diabetes
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Bipolar
  • PTSD
  • And more
    • When you're uncertain of what might be eligible, give our office a call right away.H2: SSDI v. SSI

      SSDI (Social Security Disability Insurance) and SSI (Supplementary Security Income) are the two main programs available for disabled parties who can no longer work. SSDI aid is something that you, a spouse or disabled parent may be eligible for. The benefits available are accumulated from the amount of hours worked and the amount of earnings paid into social security while working.

      Under other conditions, SSI aid is configured on fiscal need rather than work experience. Individuals who are more likely qualified for SSI are visually impaired, disabled or over the age of 65 with little to no income or fiscal resources. Under SSI, spouses or dependent children of individuals receiving it are not eligible to receive any aid under this program.

      Approximately two thirds of individuals who put in for Social Security benefits are denied upon the first submission. Even then, aid can still be cancelled after it's been approved. It can be difficult understanding what you need or how to apply without the assistance of an attorney who specializes in disability claims. An experienced lawyer, like those at our offices, can go over your assets, decide which program is best for you and reapply to Social Security to better your chances of approval during the appeals process.

      H2: Call our attorneys

      today, we provide experienced representation for disability claims, including SSDI and SSI claims. Minors may also be entitled to disability benefits. No matter where you are during the appeals process, the assistance of an experienced attorney who specializes in disability claims can increase your chances of approval. Get in touch with our attorneys today at for a free and confidential consultation.

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