Huntington Supplemental Security Income Lawyer
Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is an essential U.S. government program that provides monthly checks to people who cannot work due to severe physical and mental disabilities. You may be eligible for SSI if you cannot work and have extremely limited assets and income from other sources.
Has Your SSI Application Been Denied? Get Professional Counsel Promptly.
While both are administered by the Social Security Administration (SSA), this is a distinct program from Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI). You do not need a work history to qualify for SSI as you do for SSDI. Some people need help applying. Many others have their claims denied for reasons they do not understand. At the law offices of William L. Redd, Attorney at Law, we are here to help if you or a family member has run into these problems.
The process of applying for SSI benefits can itself be overwhelming. Receiving a denial letter is a devastating setback, but it does not mean you cannot get benefits. It is essential to get qualified, trustworthy representation as soon as possible at that point.
Decades Of Experience Handling All Steps In The Social Security Process
Dedicated disability lawyer William L. Redd and our legal team have been representing people in West Virginia, Eastern Kentucky and Southern Ohio for more than 35 years. We are prepared to pursue any valid claim through the reconsideration phase, a hearing and appeal if necessary. This may require:
- Strengthening and repositioning medical evidence that proves you meet SSA criteria, with emphasis on specifically why your condition makes it impossible for you to work
- Providing the right financial information to show that you qualify for this need-based government program
Your Disability Law Resource Near Charleston · An SSI Claim Attorney Who Will Prioritize Your Case
At our firm, you can count on personal attention to your case from a caring, proven Huntington Supplemental Security Income attorney and qualified disability advocate. We provide straight answers about eligibility and determination to go the distance for you.
Our work together can begin with a free consultation. You do not have to worry about upfront legal fees, because you will pay us no fees unless and until you succeed in getting benefits.