Benefit Programs For The Disabled
There are two types of benefits programs for disabled persons: Social Security Disability (SSD) and Supplement Security Income (SSI) programs. A person becomes eligible for Social Security Disability benefits if he/she has contributed enough to a social security account. Individuals are allotted “quarters of coverage,” and need to have worked 5 out of the last 10 years to meet the requisite “quarters.”For younger individuals, other options are available. The SSI program delivers benefits based on an individual’s income and assets.
To receive benefits under the aforementioned programs, a person must demonstrate total disability. The Social Security Disability Lawyer Paulding County trusts most, understands this. Thus, seasoned attorneys will help clients prove their physical and/or mental impairments. These impairments must prevent individuals from performing any kind of a job for a continuous12 months. The goal is to prove that the individual cannot work at all due to the disability. Older individuals are granted certain allowances in meeting these conditions.
Handling SSD And SSI Cases
As Disability Lawyers Paulding County trusts, we practice SSD Law and SSI Law like few others can, and are happy to provide our clients free consultations at their convenience. We are also committed to keeping our clients informed about the entire process. Our attorneys stay on top of the case status throughout. Serving clients throughout Georgia, we are easily accessible in a variety of locations. With over 20 years of experience, O’Brien and Feiler have been handling SSD and SSI benefits cases on contingency bases only.
We only get paid when we win your claim. So call us today.