Social Security Disability Claims Representation
When you're facing the challenges of applying for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), you already have your hands full. You try to deal with it all, but don't have the knowledge about the process. What if I am denied? Can I appeal? Who can help me?
Applying for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits can be a daunting, complicated process filled with bureaucratic red tape.
We can help you sort it out. We know all of the rights that are available to you. Our experience and knowledge allows us to look at your claim, and advocate to the Social Security Administration (SSA) to be sure your application is treated properly.
Social Security Disability Insurance Options:
Disability Benefits: Applies to workers who have earned enough credits to become "insured."
Survivor Benefits: Applies to disabled widows and widowers between 50 and 60 years old, based upon deceased spouse's work record.
Child's Benefits: Applies to a disabled child over 18 years old, with either parent receiving Social Security Benefits or with either parent deceased and having paid enough into Social Security before their death to be "insured."
Contact the Social Security Disability Insurance Attorneys at Holler Law Firm / CT Social Security today and find out if you meet the Social Security's criteria for receiving disability benefits. We will tell you if you are taking the proper steps to preserve your rights to appeal and if you are properly protecting your rights to your claim.
What is Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI)?
Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is a Federal Program designed to financially support those who have paid into the program when they are temporarily unable to work. SSD Also guarantees income to anyone who has paid into the program and become permanently disabled. SSD benefits are paid by the federal government, funded through Social Security taxes.
Qualifying for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI)
Qualifying for SSDI is based upon stringent guidelines related to work history, age, income, medial conditions, marital status, and more. Click here to see if you may qualify for SSDI.
Your eligibility is determined by your inability to perform your regular work duties, your inability to perform new work, your disability's duration, and how long it is expected to last. Certain medical conditions and income can also play a part in your eligibility for SSDI benefits. Click here for a list of 7 Costly Mistakes which can Compromise your Claim.
History of Social Security
Under president Franklin D. Roosevelt, a 1935 report on the problems of lost earnings during periods of disability became the Social Security Act. The act was signed into law as part of the New Deal-a series of federally funded public works programs that were developed in response to the Great Depression. In 1974, the House of Ways and Means Committee issued a review of the existing Social Security programs, resulting in today's current system consisting of:
· Old Age & Survivors and Disability Insurance (OASDI)
· Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
· State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP)
· Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
· Unemployment Benefits
Contact the Social Security Disability Insurance Attorneys at Holler Law Firm today and find out if you meet the criteria for receiving Social Security disability benefits. We will tell you if you are taking the proper steps to preserve your rights to appeal and if you are properly protecting your rights to your claim.
Our experience in financial legal issues and consumer protection law - including social security disability, debt relief, bankruptcy, collections abuse, and credit problems - can help bring resolution to today's financial challenges. We are here to help negotiate the legal landscape for you, explain your rights and options and then act on your behalf.
Our goal is to help you get you the benefits you deserve.