Supplemental Security Income

Every client can expect hands-on attention and personal care. Those are two of the key ingredients that we use to help you obtain the Supplemental Security Income you require to support yourself and your family. To those ingredients, we add a strong serving of experience. Forty-five years worth of experience, in fact. With those years of experience come the detailed knowledge of laws and regulations surrounding Supplemental Security Income that we have obtained along the way. This recipe has brought us a 90 percent success rate in Social Security Disability benefits cases.

We are eager to put our recipe for success to work to support your needs. Contact our supplemental security income (SSI) lawyers at 216-861-1234 to schedule a free initial consultation. We aren’t paid until you win your case.

Lawyers For the Injured and Disabled

SSI has a slightly different set of requirements than SSD. Likewise, the benefits are different. We can help you determine whether you meet the qualifications for one, or both of these programs. We will help you with the application process to ensure that you are taking the steps necessary to get the benefits you deserve. Learn more about the differences between SSI and SSD.

Call us at 216-861-1234 for a free initial consultation

We are able to help with all stages of the process. From determining qualification status to disability claim appeals, we will stand by your side. Our membership in organizations such as the National Organization for Social Security Claimants Representatives ensures that we keep abreast of the frequent changes to the law. We are ready to help you receive the benefits you deserve for a comfortable life.

Social Security

Call us at 216-861-1234 for a free initial consultation. We aren’t paid until you win your case.

The vast majority of Social Security Disability claims are initially denied. Our experienced SSD attorneys can help. We can work with you to determine whether you meet all of the qualifications, including earnings and disability requirements. We can make certain that your information is adequately presented on all appellate levels.

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