Social Security Disability
There are two types of social security disability benefits “SSI” and “SSDI”. SSI stands for Supplemental Security Income and is for the elderly, disabled adults or children who do not have much income and do not enough work credits to qualify for SSDI. SSDI stands for Social Security Disability Insurance and this program pays benefits to you and certain family members if you have worked long enough and paid social security taxes.
From the filing of the initial application to the hearing and appeals process we will represent you every step of the way. The social security disability process can be a tedious process as the majority of people get denied benefits during the initial stages of filing. Some of the factors to determine if you have a case are:
1. Are you currently working;
2. Is your condition “severe”;
3. Your prior work history; and
4. Is your medical condition that is disabling you on the Social Security list of disabling
Call today and we will make an appointment to review your case together.