Social Security Disability &
Supplemental Security Income
If you are disabled and unable to work, you may be entitled to Social Security Disability (SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits.
SSD is an insurance program that pays monthly benefits to disabled people who have worked for a sufficient period of time to qualify for benefits.
SSI is a needs-based program (for those with limited income and assets) for disabled people who do not have enough work experience to qualify for SSD benefits.
What Does SSD/SSI Representation Involve?
Representation involves gathering and organizing your medical and other records, submitting the appropriate documents to the Social Security Administration, and preparing for and representing you at the hearing before the Administrative Law Judge. The fee is generally a percentage (25%) of past due benefits up to a certain maximum amount.
*There is no fee unless a successful result is obtained.
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