SSDI & SSI

 

25 things you need to know about service connected disability

 

Helping You Access Your Disability Safety Net

 

You earn Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) as you work.

Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is available if you expect to be out of work for over 12 months due to an injury or illness.

A qualified attorney can increase your chances of obtaining your benefits.

Our Social Security Disability attorneys will help you through these difficult times.

 

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Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI)

SSDI is a type of benefit earned by workers over the course of their employment. If you have had FICA taxes deducted from your paycheck, then you have earned SSDI benefits. If you become sick or injured, those benefits are available to you, but you must file a claim before you can gain access. We can assist you in the claims process, which is often intimidating and overwhelming, and help you feel confident about moving forward.

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Supplemental Security Income (SSI)

If you are out of work for over 12 months, or if you anticipate being out of work for over 12 months, you may be entitled to a benefit called SSI. When an injury or illness renders you unable to work, and you otherwise have limited resources, SSI can provide some support and relief for your situation. The claims filing process can be complicated, but our attorneys will make it simple and easy for you to proceed.

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