The federal programs, Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI), are designed to help those who are disabled or unable to work receive benefits, primarily financial support.
Social Security Disability Insurance: benefits to an individual with a disability or medical condition that prevents them from working; can also assist some family members
Supplemental Security Income: provides financial support for basic needs; typically for blind, elderly, or disabled individuals with limited to no income.
Despite the intentions to assist those in need, it can be difficult to apply and obtain these benefits. According to government statistics, the Social Security Administration denies more than 70 percent of first-time claims and 82 percent of claims that are appealed for reconsideration. However, more than half of the cases heard by judges are approved.
If you have a Social Security Disability claim, we understand the stress that comes from being unable to work while still having financial responsibilities, and pressure to provide for yourself and loved ones. At Taylor Law Partners, LLP we can help you get the money you deserve and ease any difficulties that you may be experiencing.
Hiring a Social Security Disability Lawyer
Although anyone can file for Social Security Disability (SSD/SSDI), having experienced representation is advantageous because filing for SSD/SSI is often a lengthy and complex process. It can be a challenging task to take on alone, especially in addition any emotional or financial hardship resulting from the inability to work.
The firm's Social Security Disability and Social Security Insurance attorneys have an extensive background working through this disability claim process and their knowledge will greatly increase a client's chances of receiving the benefits they deserve from the Social Security program. Our skilled team will do all the work and fight on the client's behalf.
We have the resources and experience necessary to help you:
File the Social Security Disability claim
Establish proof of disability through medical records and other documentation
Complete the often complicated and technical paperwork
Advise throughout the SSD application/appeal process
Provide representation before an administrative law judge (ALJ)
Appeal any adverse decisions
For assistance in Social Security disability matters, contact Taylor Law Partners, LLP attorneys: