began his practice in 1984 and has represented more than 10,000 Social
Security claimants and their families. His success rate is among the
highest of all disability advocates. He represents individuals with both
physical and/or mental impairments.
other Disability Advocates,
we will take your claim from the beginning, midway, or even if you
already have a hearing scheduled. You are not even required to go
to the Social Security Office.
WE DO IT ALL!
If for any reason, through an
illness or injury, you cannot perform a 40 hour work week on a
regular and continuing basis, you may be eligible for Social Security
benefits. There are two types of disability benefits through the Social
Security Administration. The first is Social Security Disability, known
Title II or SSD.
It is based on the amount you have earned and reported to the Internal
Revenue Service. In short, it is
based on what you have paid in.
The other potential benefit is Supplemental Security Income, known as
Title XVI or SSI.
There are two requirements to be eligible for SSI: (1) having
meeting resource requirements.
Certain resources are allowed but there is a cap. Resources above the
cap could affect the benefits you receive.