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Supporting yourself while disabled can be a nightmare. You may be entitled to monthly checks from the government while you are disabled. An experienced Oviedo Social Security lawyer can increase the chance that you will win your Social Security application. Qualifying individuals may be entitled to monthly payments as well as medical care and additional resources from your state government. Contact an experienced Oviedo Social Security disability lawyer by filling out the form on the site. The form does not create any obligation.

The Sustaining Power of the SSI and SSDI Systems

If you are considering applying for Social Security benefits, the statistics are not favorable for initial applicants. About 65% or more initial applicants are denied benefits annually. A skilled Oviedo Social Security attorney can increase the likelihood of a successful claim. Your attorney can help you frame your disability and the attendant circumstances in the most effective and appropriate manner. Your lawyer will draw from his or her wealth of experience working with the Social Security review board inspecting your application and hearing your appeal to ensure you present the best evidence of need possible. For many disabled Americans, an unsuccessful Social Security application has devastating consequences. A disabled personwithout an alternative source of income may face homelessness and other hardships. The SSI and SSDI systems provide monthly payments from the US government todisabled citizens. These payments can cover the cost of living, and in some cases the SSI and SSDI systems may also make medical coverage available.

How can I afford an Oviedo Social Security Attorney When I Have No Income?

Contrary to the popular opinion of lawyers in American society, Social Security attorneys are generally very affordable. In almost every case, Social Security attorneys work on what is called a “contingency” fee. This means they only get paid if you win your Social Security benefits claim. The US government limits how much a Social Security lawyer can charge you. They are limited to charging the lesser of: 25% of the back pay awarded to you, or a maximum of $6,000. Thus, if you are awarded $50,000 in back pay, the maximum your attorney can charge is $6,000, even though 25% of $50,000 is $12,500. Contact an experienced Oviedo Social Security lawyer today by filling out the form on the webpage.

SSDI and SSI Eligibility

Two separate programs provide disability benefits in the social security system: SSI (Supplemental Security Income) and SSDI (Social Security Disability Insurance). In order to qualify for Social Security disability payments, you must have an injury that prevents you from working for one year or more or an injury that will result in death. Both programs are quite different in requirements and administration but they both pay a benefit on a monthly basis.

1.    How is disability defined in Oviedo, Florida? - In order to receive Social Security disability benefits, you must meet the Social Security Administration's
        standard for disability.
        a.    The term disability is defined as being unable to engage in “substantial gainful activity” [SGA] due to a of a physical or mental impairment which has lasted
                - or is expected to last - for a minimum of 12 months, or is expected to result in death.
2.    Is working in Oviedo, Florida a factor in obtaining Social Security disability benefits? - If you are working in Oviedo and the work meets the definition of
       substantial gainful activity, you are considered able to work and, therefore, you are not disabled and would not qualify for Social Security disability benefits.
       In 2012, if you earn more than $1010 per month (after taxes), you are probably not eligible for Social Security, unless there special circumstances exist.
3.    Do You Have a Severe Impairment? - In order to be considered severely impaired, you must have a medical problem that significantly limits your physical or
       mental ability to perform basic work activities. The impairment must be expected to last for 12 months or result in death.
4.    Does Your Medical Condition Match One of SSA’s Listed Impairments? - The Social Security Administration (SSA) has promulgated a list of medical conditions
        ["Listing of Impairments."] of such great severity that the SSA considers people who with the conditions disabled;
        1.    If your condition is not included in the SSA's Listing of Impairments, you have to ask yourself the following question in regard to obtaining Social Security
               Disability Benefits:
               1.  Am I able to do the same type of work I was able to do before the onset of the disability? - If the SSA determines that you are able to continue doing the same
                    work as you did before your medical condition you may have difficulty proving eligibility. The measure of how capable you are at doing your job after the
                   onset of your disability as opposed to before the onset of the disability is called the Residual Functional Capacity (RFC). In determining your eligibility for
                   benefits, the SSA compares your current RFC with the physical and mental demands of your past jobs. If you are physically and mentally able to do a job that
                   you have held within the last fifteen years, then SSA considers you "not disabled." If you are not able to perform any of your past jobs,
                   then ask yourself:
5.    Despite Your Medical Condition, Can You Do Other Work? - If you are unable to perform work similar to what you have done in the past, then the SSA will
       determine whether you are able to perform other types of work rather than collect benefits.

Can Children in Oviedo, Florida Qualify for Disability Benefits? Yes, but What is the Criteria?

Financially, needy children under age 18 who have serious medical conditions may be eligible for Children's SSI. A child is disabled for SSI if the child is not working and earning more than the SGA level and has a medical condition or combination of conditions that cause "marked and severe functional limitations." Medical evidence documenting the child's medical condition is essential.

Social Security Disability Income (SSDI) – Contact a Knowledgeable Oviedo Disability Insurance Lawyer Now

Seminole County, FL disability attorneys are there to help you win your rights.

To receive payments under the SSDI program, you must have worked some percentage of the previous years – the exact amount depends on your age. In other words, only those with a work history can qualify. SSDI beneficiaries may also qualify for Medicare coverage. Contact an experienced Oviedo Social Security SSDI attorney to learn more.

Work with an experienced Oviedo Disability Lawyer to Obtain Supplemental Security Income (SSI)

The SSI system provides monthly payments, of a minimum amount, to disabled Americans. These benefits are paid regardless of whether the disabled person had previously paid into the Social Security system. Although the benefit payments are generally lower under SSI than SSDI, the funds help those who critically need it. Successful SSI claimants may also qualify for Medicaid. Fill out the form on the website to contact an experienced Oviedo SSI attorney and begin the process to get the benefits you need to live.

The Social Security Process from Application to Appeal - Oviedo SSI and SSDI Disability Appeals Attorneys

You can begin the application process for Social Security benefits online, in person, or by phone. The process can take a while because the number of applications is generally very high. Usually, you have to wait anywhere between three and six months, maybe longer before you will receive a decision on your eligibility for Social Security. If you are denied benefits, you can appeal your case. Call an Oviedo Social Security lawyer today to discuss the merits of your appeal.

Below is a list of some of the illnesses and injuries that have qualified for a disability under Social Security:

Alport’s Syndrome
Pituitary gland disorders
Anterior poliomyelitis
Inflammatory bowel disease
Nephrotic syndrome
Benign brain tumors
Impairment of Renal function
Muscular dystrophy
Systemic lupus erythematosus
Sickle cell disease
Depressive Syndrome
Peripheral arterial disease
Traumatic Brain Injury
Gastyrointestinal hemorrhaging
Somatoform Disorders

Local SSA Office of Oviedo, FL

Social Security Office
Suite 200, 101 Commerce Street
Lake Mary, Florida 32746
(866) 964-7379

Low Cost Hospital near Oviedo, Florida

Central Florida Family Health Center
2400 State Road 415
Sanford, Florida 32771
(407) 322-8645

Pharmacies in Oviedo, Florida

Oviedo HealthMart Pharmacy
85 Geneva Drive
Oviedo, Florida 32765
(407) 366-2677
CVS Pharmacy
8315 Red Bug Lake Road
Oviedo, Florida 32765
(407) 977-5613
Walmart Pharmacy
5511 Deep Lake Road
Oviedo, Florida 32765
(407) 618-2622
Publix Pharmacy
81 Alafaya Woods Boulevard
Oviedo, Florida 32765
(407) 366-8319

Oviedo Weather (Monthly Averages)

  Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec
Avg. High (F) 70 73 77 82 88 91 93 92 90 85 78 72
Avg. Low (F) 49 51 56 60 66 72 74 74 73 67 59 52
Avg. Precipitation (in) 2.86 2.98 3.90 2.48 3.08 7.28 7.73 8.32 5.64 3.93 2.38 2.58



Oviedo social security disability attorneys serve clients throughout Central Florida including Altamonte Springs, Casselberry, Fern Park, Forest City, Lake Monroe, Midway, Longwood, Maitland, Oviedo, Sanford, Winter Springs, Winter Park, Fairview Shores, Lockhart, Lake Mary, Orlando, Pine Hills, Sanlando Springs and other communities in Seminole County.

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