Helping Disabled Individuals In Need Obtain SSI
Even if you do not have a significant work history, you may be eligible for basic benefits under the Social Security Administration’s Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program. Supplemental Security Income pays less than Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI). But those who are injured or otherwise disabled and impoverished may obtain cash for basic needs such as food, clothing and shelter.
Hire A Huntington Supplemental Security Income Lawyer
Even the definitions of “poverty” and “disability” are complicated, and it is best to consult an attorney for guidance and support in applying. The government forms and procedures can seem misleading and confusing. Sadly, many people are rejected or wait longer than necessary for benefits because they give up or are confused. These individuals and their families suffer due to physical and mental illness, but do not get the help they need.
The process usually requires appealing an initial denial and even applying for a hearing after that. The important thing is not to give up. A dedicated attorney will not only know how to handle your application and appeals, but will give you the confidence necessary to keep going.
Our lawyers are lifelong West Virginians, with several decades of experience helping people with denied claims and denied benefits. We treat our clients with respect and compassion while working hard on each case. We use the latest technology to track and support your case.
Whether you are blind or aged or have been injured, Duffield, Lovejoy & Boggs, Attorneys at Law, is here to help you obtain SSI benefits. Contact us.