If you are out of work due to a disability, you may qualify for benefits under the Social Security program. However, getting the benefits you need may not be as simple as filing an application and waiting for your payments to arrive in the mail. It is highly advised that you seek out professional legal guidance from an experienced Social Security disability attorney who can handle your case in an efficient manner and help you avoid any unnecessary delays in the process.
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The Social Security Administration (SSA) provides two benefit programs for people unable to work due to physical or mental impairment. These programs are Social Security Disability (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI).
Social Security Disability (SSDI) is for workers covered by Social Security who have contributed to a Social Security for a sufficient period of time, usually 5 out of the last 10 years of work. Supplemental Security Income (SSI) provides disability benefits for people not covered by Social Security.
Our client was awarded benefits despite previously being denied by SSA, a history of drug use and no employment record.
We recovered benefits for a Vietnam veteran who was suffering from post traumatic stress disorder and was previously denied SSA.
We obtained benefits for our client who suffered chronic diabetes and was previously denied benefits by the L.A. Social Security Office.
Social Security Disability provides two primary benefits: a monthly check. The amount of the monthly check is determined by a formula which takes into account the amount paid into Social Security and the length of time of employment.
Supplementary Security Income benefits range for $300-$900 a month in California depending on a number of factors.
Social Security Disability recipients are entitled to Medicare benefits if they have been disabled for two years after a five month waiting period. This entitles them to have many medical expenses covered by Medicare.
Social Security recipients (SSDI) receive Medicare, while SSI recipients receive Medi-Cal. These health care benefits provided by Social Security are essential for disabled persons.