MORE THAN 100 YEARS OF COMBINED
IN KENTUCKY AND OHIO
Applying For Social Security Disability Benefits Or Challenging A Denial?
Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) are federal programs that provide benefits for those with disabilities. Applying for these benefits can be confusing, intimidating and complex. Many people who attempt to apply on their own end up facing denials.
Those seeking SSDI benefits must pass a test with two parts. The applicant must have worked for five years during the past decade and contributed enough into the fund. Those seeking SSI benefits must instead demonstrate sufficient financial need.
Both SSDI and SSI also require applicants to demonstrate that they suffer from a qualifying disability. Some types of serious medical conditions automatically qualify. In many cases, however, the applicant must meet strict legal standards to prove that his or her disability qualifies.
How We Can Help
At JSB Attorneys PLLC, our legal team helps those with disabilities apply for much-needed benefits. We provide assistance with both SSDI and SSI claims. Our attorneys handle the initial application as well as hearings and appeals. Whenever there is a hearing, we attend with our clients and ensure full preparation.
Drawing on decades of experience, our lawyers are well-prepared to address the nuances of each individual case. From beginning to end, our attorneys — not just paralegals or assistants — are directly involved. Additionally, because we offer contingency fee representation, clients do not pay any attorney fees unless we are successful in obtaining benefits.
Discuss Your Rights During A Free Consultation
Learn more about whether you qualify for disability benefits. Call 859-578-5410 or send us an email to schedule your free consultation. Based in Fort Mitchell, we handle disability claims throughout Northern Kentucky.
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