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Has your disability prevented you from being able to work? You may need the help of an experienced Middletown social security disability attorney to receive the benefits you are entitled to. Social security attorneys have the experience necessary to work with the social security administration that will increase your chances of success. Give yourself the best chance of qualifying for social security disability benefits by working with an experienced Middletown social security attorney today. Fill out the form on the left today.
SSI and SSDI: your safety net
It is not easy to qualify for social security benefits in every case. Roughly 65% of people are initially turned down. By working with an experienced Middletown social security lawyer, you can increase your chances of success because you will be working with someone who understands the criteria that the review board is looking for. Successful claimants receive critical monthly payments from the federal government. SSI recipients can receive a monthly payment, food stamps, and potentially Medicaid to cover health care costs. SSDI recipients receive monthly payments based on the amount they paid into the system, among other factors. Also, SSDI recipients sometimes qualify for Medicare.
How do people afford to pay qualified Middletown Social Security lawyers?
You do not have to have a pool of money to afford a social security lawyer. The usual fee structure of a social security lawyer is designed so that it is affordable for people who are not employed. Why are they affordable? Answer: they work on a “contingency” basis. That means they only get paid if you get paid. The government limits how much a social security attorney can charge you. They are limited to charging the lesser of: 25% of the back pay awarded to you, or a maximum of $6,000. So, an attorney cannot make more than $6,000 on your case, nor can he or she make more than 25% of the back pay owed to you. Thus, if you are awarded $20,000 in back pay, generally the max you can be charged is $6,000. Don’t wait to contact an experienced Middletown Social Security lawyer. Fill out the form on the left.
What is the difference between SSDI and SSI?
Understanding how the Social Security disability program works is important. There are two separate programs that provide disability benefits to those who cannot work for a year or more due to a disability: SSI and SSDI (Supplemental Security Income and Social Security Disability Insurance). Both programs require that you suffer from a disability to qualify, but each program has other separate requirements for eligibility.
Do you qualify for SSDI? – Work with a Knowledgeable Middletown Disability Insurance Attorney Soon
SSDI is a program for Americans who have a work history. To qualify, you must be disabled, and have worked and paid into the social security system for a fraction of the previous years (the number of years depends on your age). SSDI recipients may also qualify for Medicare. If you think you may qualify for SSDI, contact an experienced Middletown SSDI attorney soon to discuss your options.
SSI – Work with an experienced Middletown Disability Attorney
The SSI system is designed to provide a minimum threshold of income to those who are disabled, blind, or 65 and older, who do not make much money. Those who qualify receive a monthly check (usually much less than SSDI amounts). You may also receive more money from your state. Unlike SSDI, claims are paid from general tax revenues. Thus, you do not need to have paid into the social security system to qualify for SSI payments. Those who qualify for SSI also may receive Medicaid coverage from the government (Medical Care). Fill out the form to contact an experienced Middletown SSI lawyer.
Application to Appeal: the process - Middletown Disability Appeal Lawyer
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. Once you get your results, you will either receive a notice of payments, or you will be denied. In which case, you can appeal the decision in person or have your attorney appear on your behalf.
The list below contains a few examples of the types of illnesses and injuries that have qualified previous applicants for a disability:
Central nervous system vascular accident
Benign brain tumors
Sickle cell disease
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
Local SSA Office
Social Security Office
3860 Towne Boulevard
Franklin, Ohio 45005
Low Cost Hospitals
Middletown Regional Hospital
105 McKnight Drive
Middletown, OH 45044
Good Samaritan Hosp & Health Center
6175 West 3rd Street
Dayton, Ohio 45427
Bellbrook Medical Center
4336 State Route 725
Bellbrook, Ohio 45305
College Hill Medical Assoc
6540 Winton Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45224
Atrium Medical Center
One Medical Center Drive
Middletown, Ohio 45005
Butler County Medical Center
3125 Hamitlon Mason Road
Hamilton, Ohio 45011
Life Care Hospitals of Dayton
4000 Miamisburg-Centerville Road
Miamisburg, Ohio 45342
West Chester Medical Center
7700 University Drive
West Chester, Ohio 45069
Middletown 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 Warren County.