Lawyers Helping You Obtain The Disability Benefits You Need
Are you unable to work because of a serious injury or medical condition?
Is your disability expected to last a year or more?
Did the Social Security Administration (SSA) deny your claim for Social Security Disability benefits?
If you need help applying for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits, or appealing a denial of SSD or SSI, we can help. Call us toll-free at 734-274-2876 or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation at our law offices in Jackson or Ypsilanti.
The attorneys of Bredell & Bredell are committed to answering your questions about Social Security Disability and helping you obtain the benefits you need and may be entitled to by law.
Whether you are just starting your SSI or SSD case or need to appeal a denied claim, make sure you get legal help from a knowledgeable and experienced Social Security Disability lawyer.
The Difference Between SSD And SSI
Social Security Disability is available to anyone who can show they are disabled and they meet the other income requirements. It doesn’t matter whether your disability is related to a truck accident, a birth defect, a work injury or a serious medical condition.You may qualify to receive Social Security Disability Income benefits and medical treatment benefits under the federal Medicare program if:
- You have worked and paid Social Security taxes for a required amount of time (or earned the required amount of income under the SSA rules) and
- You are unable to work for a year or more because of a disability
SSI is designed to help blind, aged and disabled people who have little or no other income. It provides a cash benefit to help low-income people who meet certain conditions to pay for food, shelter and basic living needs. If you or a family member is disabled, and you do not meet the income or work eligibility requirements for SSD, you may still qualify for Supplemental Security Income, and Medicaid benefits.
If you have questions about whether you qualify for SSD or SSI, or you need help with an appeal, contact our firm today for a free initial consultation. Our firm represents people throughout Michigan in SSI disability cases, initial SSD claims and appeals of Social Security Disability denials.