Social Security Disability
- Workers who are insured for disability insurance through payroll tax deductions may qualify for Title II benefits.
- Persons without enough work credits may qualify for Title XVI benefits or Supplemental Security Income (SSI). Title II benefits provide many advantages but an applicant should apply for benefits under both programs initially.
The application process is complicated and can be time-consuming. The attorneys at Dale E. Anstine can help guide you and give you the best chance at having your claim for disability benefits approved.
The social security disability claims process can be complicated.
Many benefit claims are denied at the initial application stage. The applicant then has the opportunity to request a hearing with a Social Security Judge, who will decide the individual’s entitlement to benefits at a hearing before the Judge. Our attorneys have represented many people at these hearings and our experience can help you have a better chance of having your claim approved. There are very specific rules that are followed in these types of cases and it is important to have competent legal representation who can present your claim with the best chance of success.
If you are unable to work due to a medical or mental health condition that has caused, or is likely to cause, you to be out of work for 12 months or longer, you may be entitled to Social Security Disability benefits or SSI benefits. Contact a social security lawyer at Dale E. Anstine for a free consultation.