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Does your disability prevent you from working? Social security disability benefits were designed to help those who are unable to work because of a disability. If you qualify, you could receive payments from the federal government. Increase your chances of succeeding by contacting an experienced Dayton, Ohio social security attorney. To speak with an experienced Dayton social security attorney as soon as possible, fill out the form on the left. You’re just a click away.
The importance of winning your SSI or SSDI claim
The statistics are not favorable for initial applicants. About 65% or more initial applicants are denied annually. Often, the difficult part is proving to the social security administration that you have a disability that qualifies you for benefits. An experienced Dayton social security lawyer will know how to work with your doctors, organize your medical reports, and describe your ailments in such a manner that best highlights the nature and extent of your disability. By working with an experienced Dayton social security lawyer, you can rest assured that you have the benefit of a knowledgeable professional working for you. For many, losing their social security claim has devastating consequences. Those who are disabled who do not have an alternative source of income potentially face homelessness. The SSI and SSDI systems provide monthly payments from the federal government for our most vulnerable citizens. These payments can cover the cost of living, and in some cases the SSI and SSDI systems also provide medical coverage.
How much does a qualified Dayton Social Security lawyer cost?
Just about anyone can afford a social security lawyer. Unlike many other types of attorneys, social security lawyers do not require you to pay big out of pocket expenses. Why are they affordable? Answer: they work on a “contingency” basis. That means they only get paid if you get paid. Statutorily, social security attorneys can only make the following: the smaller amount of (1) 25% of back pay awarded to you, or (2) $6,000 total. The social security administration has to approve the amount of the attorney fees at the time you are awarded your benefits. By filling out the questionnaire on the left, an experienced Dayton Social Security attorney will contact you.
SSDI and SSI, which one is right for you?
SSI (Social Security Income) and SSDI (Social Security disability Insurance) are two separate programs that pay claimants who are disabled. The disability must prevent you from working for a year or more or result in death. While both programs are federal disability programs, they are quite different from each other.
SSDI: The Federal Program for Those With a Work History – Connect with a Knowledgeable Dayton Disability Insurance Attorney Immediately
SSDI pays disability payments to those who have a qualifying work history, who are disabled. For that reason, not everyone is eligible for SSDI. To qualify, you will have to show, in addition to proving your disability, that you have worked a certain percentage of your previous years (depending on your age). Medicare medical coverage is also available to some SSDI recipients. Contact your Dayton SSDI lawyer to learn more now.
The federal SSI program – work with a qualified Dayton Disability Attorney
The SSI system provides monthly payments, of a minimum amount, to disabled people. The benefits are paid regardless of whether you previously paid into the Social Security System. Although payments are generally lower under SSI, the funds help those who critically need it. In addition, successful claimants may also qualify for medical care through Medicaid. Fill out the form to contact an experienced Dayton SSI lawyer.
Pro ving your disability: the process of applying and appealing your decision - Dayton Disability AppealAttorney
First, you can apply online, call into an office, or visit your local SS office. The application process can take anywhere between four to six months. Once you get your results, you will either receive a notice of payments, or you will be denied. In which case, you can appeal the decision in person or have your attorney appear on your behalf.
Below is a list of some of the types of illnesses and injuries that can qualify for a disability under Social Security:
Chronic heart failure
Ischemic Heart Disease
Congenital Heart Disease
Traumatic Brain Injury
Organic Menta l Disorders
Severe fractures of larger bones
Local SSA Office
Social Security Office
Room 209 Federal Building, 200 West 2nd Street
Dayton, Ohio 45402
Low Cost Hospitals
R A Vogel Health Center
6175 West 3rd Street
Dayton, Ohio 45427
Robert F Linn
8701 Old Troy Pike Suite 10
Dayton, Ohio 45424
Drew Health Center
1323 West 3rd Street
Dayton, Ohio 45402
Victor J. Cassano Health Center
165 South Edwin C Moses Boulevard
Dayton, Ohio 45402
Wright Patterson Medical Center
4881 Sugar Maple Drive
Dayton, Ohio 45433
VA Medical Center - Dayton Campus
4100 West 3rd Street
Dayton, Ohio 45428
Good Samaritan Hospital
2222 Philadelphia Drive
Dayton, Ohio 45406
Miami Valley Hospital
One Wyoming Street
Dayton, Ohio 45409
Dayton social security attorneys serve clients throughout Southwestern Ohio, including Beavercreek, Bellefontaine, Carlisle, Centerville, Chillicothe, Cincinnati, Circleville, Dayton, Delhi, Eaton, Fairborn, Fairfield, Fairwood, Florence, Goshen, Greenville, Hamilton, Huber Heights, Kettering, Lebanon, London, Marysville, Mason, Middletown, Monroe, New Bremen, Norwood, Oxford, Piqua, Sidney, Springfield, St. Marys, Trotwood, Troy, Union, Upper Arlington, Wilmington, Xenia, areas in the vicinity of James M. Cox International Airport, Washington Court House, and other communities in Montgomery County.