Social Security Programs
The Social Security Administration offers two programs that provide financial assistance to people with disabilities. Each program has requirements that an applicant must meet in order to qualify for benefits under the program. Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) provides benefits to workers that are considered medically disabled. Applicants for SSDI benefits must have paid enough Social Security employment taxes to be considered eligible to receive benefits once they become disabled. If you are not eligible for SSDI benefits, you may still qualify for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits. These benefits are reserved for elderly, blind or disabled individuals with restricted income and resources.
Have you looked into applying for Social Security benefits and become overwhelmed by the process? Did you apply for benefits and were denied? Unfortunately, many people are unsuccessful in obtaining benefits on their own. Nearly 75% of applicants have been denied at the first step of the process. Even worse, those that are not denied may have to wait months to years to even see any of their benefits. Having legal representation can increase your chances of successfully obtaining benefits when you need them the most.
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The Lee Law Firm aims to provide quality services to individuals seeking help through Social Security programs. We pride ourselves on providing compassionate assistance that meets the unique needs of our clients. Because we are not a large chain law firm, we can provide you with the personalized services your deserve. You will never feel like "just another client" at the Lee Law Firm, but as an important member of our family.
Our experienced attorneys will review your situation and discuss the application process with you. We will walk you through each step of the process to ensure the best possible outcome. The Lee Law Firm is designed to make your journey to financial assistance as easy as possible. Fill out our no-obligation evaluation form to take the first step to receiving your benefits.