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Why wait? Dayton Ohio Social Security lawyers can help now

Do you have a disability? Does that disability keep you from seeking gainful employment? Social security disability income, or “SSDI” for short, and “SSI”, supplemental security income, was created for those who cannot work due to suffering from a disability. The federal SSDI and SSI system can be difficult to navigate. Whether you are a first time applicant or whether you have been previously rejected, an experienced Dayton social security attorney can help you. Contact an experienced Dayton social security attorney today to learn more. Start by filling out the form on the left.

The SSI and SSDI system: a real safety net

Approximately 65% or more initial applicants are denied social security benefits. Increase your chances of winning your Social Security claim by contacting an experienced Dayton Social Security lawyer. Your attorney should have the necessary experience to understand how to make out your best case. This may include working with your doctors, or having you seek a new cost-effective examination that can help make out your case. If you win your claim, you will be entitled to a monthly benefit payment from the federal government. In many cases, you can also qualify for medical care. For example, SSDI claimants can potentially qualify for Medicare benefits, while SSI claimants qualify for Medicaid benefits.

How can I afford a Social Security lawyer when I can’t work?

Social security lawyers are very affordable. When you hire a social security attorney, you only pay them attorney fees if you win yourclaim. So, you only pay if you get paid. Social Security regulations set a cap for attorney fees.  As of June 2009, the cap is $6,000. Also, attorneys can only receive their money from the past due benefits awarded to you, a max of 25%. So, the most a social security lawyer can charge is: the smaller amount of 25% of your past due benefits or $6,000. Don’t wait to contact an experienced Dayton Social Security lawyer. Fill out the form on the left.

Eligibility for either SSDI or SSI

Disability payments under SSDI (Social Security Disability Insurance) and SSI (Supplemental Security Income) are contingent upon you proving the existence of a disability. The disability must preclude you from working for a year or more. Disability payments are made monthly to those who qualify. Both SSDI and SSI programs are related, but different.

SSDI - Contact an experienced Dayton Disability Insurance Attorney Now

If you have a work history of paying into social security, you may be eligible for SSDI payments. SSDI is a natural insurance program that pays those who are disabled and have a qualifying work history (the duration of your previous work depends on your age). SSDI recipients may also qualify for Medicare. Learn more by contacting an experienced Dayton SSDI attorney.

SSI: You may qualify - Reach a qualified Dayton Disability Attorney

SSI is paid out like welfare, meaning you cannot earn over a certain amount of money to qualify. In addition, you need to be disabled and unable to work. SSI pays out a smaller amount of money than SSDI, but unlike SSDI, you are not required to have paid into the Social Security system to qualify for payments. In addition, SSI recipients qualify for medical care through Medicaid. To contact an experienced Dayton SSI lawyer, fill out the questionnaire on the left.

Application to Appeal: the process - Dayton Disability Appeal Lawyer

You can start your application online. You can also apply in person, or start the process over the phone. The initial review can take four to six months. You can have your case reviewed by an appeal panel if you are initially denied social security benefits.

The list below contains a few examples of the types of illnesses and injuries that have qualified previous applicants for a disability:


Severe arthritis
Aneurysm of aorta or major branches
Soft Tissue tumors of the head and neck
Multiple Myeloma

Immune deficiency disorders
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
Chronic liver disease
Loss of speech
Common Blood Disorders
Alport’s Syndrome


Local SSA Office

Social Security Office
Room 209 Federal Building, 200 W 2nd Street
Dayton, Ohio 45402
(888) 329-5724


Low Cost Hospitals

East Dayton Health Center
2132 E 3rd Street
Dayton, Ohio 45403
(937) 528-6850
Victor J. Cassano Health Center
165 S Edwin C Moses Boulevard
Dayton, Ohio 45402
(937) 586-9733
Drew Health Center
1323 W 3rd Street
Dayton, Ohio 45402
(937) 461-4336
Samaritan Homeless Clinic
41 Catherine Street
Dayton, Ohio 45402
(937) 461-1376
Corwin M. Nixon Community Health Center
2349 Stanley Avenue
Dayton, Ohio 45404
(937) 228-0990



The Children's Medical Center
One Children's Plaza
Dayton, Ohio 45404
(937) 641-3000
Miami Valley Hospital
One Wyoming Street
Dayton, Ohio 45409
(937) 208-8000.
Wright Patterson Medical Center
4881 Sugar Maple Drive
Dayton, Ohio 45433
(937) 257-1777
VA Medical Center - Dayton Campus
4100 West 3rd Street
Dayton, Ohio 45428
(937) 268-6511
Good Samaritan Hospital
2222 Philadelphia Drive
Dayton, Ohio 45406
(937) 276-8267
Life Care Hospitals of Dayton
4000 Miamisburg-Centerville Road
Miamisburg, Ohio 45342
(937) 384-8300


Dayton social security lawyers serve clients throughout Southwestern Ohio, including Beavercreek, Bellefontaine, Carlisle, Centerville, Chillicothe, Cincinnati, Circleville, Dayton, Delhi, Eaton, Fairborn, Fairfield, Fairwood, Florence, Goshen, Greenville, Hamilton, Huber Heights, Kettering, Lebanon, London, Marysville, Mason, Middletown, Monroe, New Bremen, Norwood, Oxford, Piqua, Sidney, Springfield, St. Marys, Trotwood, Troy, Union, Upper Arlington, Wilmington, Xenia, areas in the vicinity of James M. Cox International Airport, Washington Court House, and other communities in Montgomery County.

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