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Has your disability prevented you from being able to work? You may qualify for social security disability benefits. Fairfield social security attorneys can walk you through the application and appeal process. You may be entitled to a monthly check and additional help from the federal government. Give yourself the best chance of qualifying for social security disability benefits by working with an experienced Fairfield social security attorney today. Fill out the form on the left today.
The consequences of your SSI and SSDI application and appeal
The statistics show that the majority of initial applications are denied: between 65% and 70%. Importantly, you do not have to be among the number of people who do not qualify for benefits. If you have a disability, you can increase your chances of qualifying for social security benefits by contacting an experienced Fairfield social security lawyer. Your attorney can help you make your case for SSI or SSDI benefits. You do not have to work alone. The difference between winning your social security claim and losing your social security claim are often dramatic. For example, without an alternative source of income, and without the ability to work (due to disability), many people face homelessness and hunger..The relief provided by the monthly payments from SSI and SSDI claims provide a necessary security blanket. In some cases, claimants may be entitled to medical care through the Medicaid or Medicare systems.
Fairfield Social Security attorneys: how much do they cost?
Although attorneys can be expensive, a social security attorney is affordable, even for someone who does not have a job. In most every case, social security lawyers work on a “contingency” fee. That means they only get paid if you win your social security benefits claim. First off, a social security attorney is legally not allowed to charge more than 25% of the back pay/past due benefits awarded to you, up to a maximum of $6,000. Second, you are insured not to pay more than that because the government must approve of the attorney’s fee before you are required to pay the attorney for his services. There is no reason to contact an experienced Fairfield Social Security lawyer. Just fill out the questionnaire on the left.
SSDI and SSI, which one is right for you?
The Social Security System can provide you with monthly payments if you qualify. To qualify for either the SSI (Supplemental Security Income) or SSDI (Social Security Disability Insurance) programs, you must meet their criteria. Generally, to qualify for either, you must suffer from an injury that prevents you from working for a year or more (or one that results in death). Both systems are explained below.
SSDI - Contact an experienced Fairfield Disability Insurance Attorney Now
SSDI is a federal insurance program that pays disability benefits to people who have paid into the social security system. To qualify, you must be disabled and have a work history of paying social security taxes. Thus, not everyone can qualify. Those who do qualify may also be eligible for Medicare coverage, depending on the duration of your disability. Contact an SSDI attorney to learn if you may qualify.
(SSI) Supplemental Security Income - Contact an experienced Fairfield 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 Fairfield SSI lawyer, fill out the questionnaire on the left.
Proving your disability: the process of applying and appealing your decision - Fairfield Disability AppealAttorney
To apply for social security, you can start online, in person, or by calling the social security administration directly. The government can take upward of six months to review your case. You can have your case reviewed by an appeal panel if you are initially denied social security benefits.
The following are a few examples ofthe types of injuries and illnesses that have previously qualified as a disability:
Congenital Heart Disease
Non-mosaic Down syndrome
Soft Tissue tumors of the head and neck
Soft tissue sarcoma
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
Local SSA Office
Social Security Office
6553 Winford Avenue
Hamilton, Ohio 45011
Low Cost Hospitals
Middletown Regional Hospital
105 McKnight Drive
Middletown, Ohio 45044
College Hill Medical Association
6540 Winton Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45224
Winton Hills Medical and Health Center, Inc
5275 Winneste Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio 45232
Bethesda Hospital Inc
4460 Montgomery Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45212
Butler County Medical Center
3125 Hamitlon Mason Road
Hamilton, Ohio 45011
Mercy Hospital Fairfield
3000 Mack Road
Fairfield, Ohio 45014
West Chester Medical Center
7700 University Drive
West Chester, Ohio 45069
Evendale Medical Center, LLC
3155 Glendale-Milford Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45241
Fairfield Social Security Lawyers serve clients throughout Southwestern Ohio, including Beavercreek, Beckett Ridge, Blue Ash, Carlisle, Centerville, Cincinnati, Columbus, Dayton, Deer Park, Delhi, Eaton, Fairborn, Fairfield, Florence, Forest Park, Goshen, Hamilton, Harrison, Highland Heights, Hillsboro, Huber Heights, Independence, Kettering, Lebanon, Lockland, Mason, Miami Heights, Middletown, Milford, Monroe, Northgate, Norwood, Oxford, The Village of Indian Hill, Trotwood, White Oak, Wilmington, Wyoming, Xenia, areas in the vicinity of Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky International Airport, Washington Court House, and other communities in Butler County and Hamilton County.