Are you disabled and unable to work? Is your condition expected to last for at least 12 months? You may qualify for federal disability benefits. The Social Security Administration administers two federal disability programs: Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), and Supplemental Security Income(SSI).
Social Security Disability Insurance provides monthly cash disability payments to those who qualify. Almost everyone that works pays FICA taxes, and if you have paid enough FICA taxes in your past jobs, then you are considered “insured” and may be eligible for SSDI if you have a disability that qualifies.
Supplemental Security Income is a disability program that is designed to provide monthly cash payments to those that do not qualify for SSDI, but are still disabled and unable to work.
A disability lawyer can evaluate your claim, help with your initial application and help you with your appeal. If your case goes to a judicial hearing, your disability lawyer will ensure that you are fairly represented in court and will give you the best chance possible of obtaining a favorable outcome.
Social Security disability lawyers have knowledge of the rules that regulate Social Security Disability and SSI. Many valid claims are denied because the evidence is presented in an unorganized manner without consideration to the rules and guidelines that Social Security uses to understand and approve claims.
If you are disabled and unable to work, you need a disability lawyer to ensure that you win your claim. Our team of disability lawyers are here to make sure that you get the benefits that you deserve.
At the Solomon Law Group we get results because we care and because our disability lawyers have the experience to handle your case effectively. We have the resources to help you throughout every stage of your case. From assistance with medical care to obtaining medical records, gathering additional necessary evidence, and filing a powerful legal brief prior to the first hearing that we attend with you, we are thorough, consistent, and competent.
Get in touch with our disability lawyer today to set up a free consultation.