What Is Supplemental Security Income (SSI)?
Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is a government-funded program where participants receive monthly payments if they are 65 years of age or older, blind or otherwise disabled with a documented disability. Unfortunately, a large number of eligible applicants are denied SSI benefits even if they qualify.
Let Us Guide You Through The Application And Appeals Process
The lawyers at Thomas J. Ueberschaer, P.A., help individuals receive the money they are entitled to after their SSI application was denied. This is not surprising as the application process is complex and can be intimidating for anyone not familiar with the program and its rules. We work hard to help guide our clients through the application process and develop a strong case when their denial must be appealed.
If you have been wrongfully denied SSI benefits, contact our Pensacola or Panama City law offices online today or call 850-434-8778 to learn about your rights.
With nearly 30 combined years of legal experience, our attorneys have developed the knowledge and skill you expect from a firm with our reputation. We have helped many people who have had their disability claims denied and who depend upon this program to pay for food, clothes and other necessities.
Who Is Eligible For SSI?
Many factors are considered when reviewing a SSI application. Assets such as your real estate, income, bank accounts, your auto and other items are calculated to determine your eligibility. Currently, a single person must have no more than $2,000 worth of resources, while a married couple’s resources must be worth no more than $3,000.
Our lawyers can help you analyze your current financial situation or help you get documented proof of a disability. We realize the important role SSI benefits play in many of our clients’ lives. We make it our priority to see that you receive the money you or your family needs and will personalize our service to your unique circumstances.
Contact A Social Security Income Lawyer Today
Anyone who needs help with his or her Social Security benefits should contact our disability attorneys online today. You may also call 850-434-8778 to discuss your situation during an initial consultation to learn more about how we can serve your need.