- Social Security Disability (SSDI) is created for people who are under the age of 65 and cannot work due to a physical or mental condition that could last more than 12 months or until death. Benefit amount is based on the injured person’s work history and the amount that they have paid to the social security system through taxes.
- Supplemental security income (SSI) is paid to people who have possibly not worked in the past, who are in the low income level and are either disabled, blind or 65 years or older. Benefits are based on financial need.
- It’s likely that you’ve been denied – about 65% of people who initially apply for Social Security are turned down. That means you are going to need experienced advocates on your side to fight for you. Contact us today.
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