Supplemental Security Income
If you are disabled and are of limited income and resources, you may be eligible to receive Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) as well as Supplemental Security Income (SSI). However, if you do not meet the eligibility requirements of the SSDI program, you might still be eligible to receive SSI benefits. Take action now to hire an attorney and file your claim. SSI benefits can help you pay for expenses such as food and housing. When you hire an SSI disability lawyer in Monroe from Gallon, Takacs & Boissoneault, you may be making the difference between an approved claim and a denied one.
Not only have we helped countless disabled individuals secure benefits from the Social Security Administration (SSA), but we have also received recognition and accolades from many industry groups, including “Best Lawyers in America.”
You Deserve Supplemental Security Income
According to the SSA, SSI is available to both adults and children who are of limited income and resources. This includes people who are disabled and cannot work, children of deceased parents, or those who are blind or age 65 and older. If you meet any of these requirements, then you deserve SSI to help you pay for your basic needs and care.
How Much Can I Receive?
Do not believe that you are not entitled to your full benefit amount. Under federal law, the maximum Supplemental Security Income payment amount for 2016 is $733 per month for an individual and $1,100 for an eligible individual with an eligible spouse. Subtracting monthly countable income can reduce your monthly amount. An attorney can help you determine what is countable income and what is not, and how receiving your full SSI benefit amount can be protected.
Avoidable Mistakes That Negatively Impact Your Claim
One mistake that most SSI claimants make is not hiring an attorney. Not only is this mistake avoidable, but it can be costly too. When you do not hire an attorney, your chances of making a preventable error on your SSI application are much higher. As such, your chance of your claim being denied is greater.
Another common mistake that can be avoided by hiring a SSI attorney from the start is failing to include property documentation, proof of disability, or incorrectly reporting income.
You Can Afford an Attorney
If you are of limited income and resources and need SSI benefits to care for yourself and your family, you are probably wondering how you will possibly afford an attorney. You may assume that an attorney is well beyond your financial means. Think again; at Gallon, Takacs & Boissoneault , we work on a contingency basis. That means that you do not pay us any fees unless we secure your SSI benefits. This allows you the comfort of knowing that we will work hard and advocate for your rights; if we do not, we do not get paid, either. Working on a contingency fee basis also allows for us to represent those who are most in need.
Take Action Now
Do not wait any longer to take action if you are in need of Supplemental Security Income benefits. Our SSI disability lawyers are ready to meet with you to discuss your case at no cost to you today. You can fill out a contact form online, or call our offices to speak with one of our representatives at 419-843-6663. Remember, when you hire our firm, you can expect legal representation that you can trust, no fees unless we win, and the representation of a team of lawyers who are both dedicated and passionate.