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Looking for an experienced Social Security lawyer?

Are you considering applying for Social Security because of a disability? You may be eligible for help from the social security administration. Social security provides monthly payments to those who qualify. Work with an experienced Springfield social security attorney to give yourself the best chances of winning your claim. You can contact an experienced Springfield social security disability attorney by filling out the form on the left. You are under absolutely no obligation merely by filling out the form.

Your SSI or SSDI application: it makes a big difference

The statistics are not favorable for initial applicants. About 65% or more initial applicants are denied annually. Qualifying for social security benefits requires proof of your disability. Experienced Springfield social security lawyers understand how to present your evidence in the most favorable light. The consequences of losing your social security claim can have serious consequences. Those who qualify get monthly payments to live off. In many cases, you can also get Medicare or Medicaid. These payments and other potential benefits often mean the difference between survival and homelessness for those suffering from disabilities.

How can I afford a Social Security lawyer when I can’t work?

You may be surprised to learn that a social security lawyer is quite affordable, even if you have no source of income. When you hire a social security attorney, you only pay them attorney fees if you win your claim. So, you only pay if you get paid. The social security administration carefully monitors how much a social security attorney charges. The attorneys are statutorily limited to charging a max of 25% of back pay awarded to you (up to a max of $6,000). That means that in most cases you can only be required to pay money that was already owed to you before you received your social security benefits, and even that amount is limited. There is no reason to contact an experienced Springfield Social Security lawyer. Just fill out the questionnaire on the left.

Eligibility for either SSDI or SSI

The Social Security system was created in part, to provide disability payments to our most vulnerable citizens: those who cannot work due to an injury. The injury must keep you from working for at least a year or more. Under the system, there are two types of disability programs: SSDI (Social Security Disability Insurance) and SSI (Supplemental Security Income). Both are explained below.

(SSDI) Social Security Disability Insurance – Talk to a Knowledgeable Springfield Disability Income Attorney Now

Claimants can qualify for SSDI if they are disabled and have previously paid into the social security system through their taxes. So, you must have worked and paid social security taxes to qualify. The government also requires you to have worked a percentage of the previous years, contingent on your age. Some SSDI claimants also qualify for Medicare if they are disabled under the SSDI program for 2 years. Learn more by contacting an experienced SSDI attorney.

SSI – Work with an experienced Springfield Disability Attorney

The SSI system is welfare based – meaning you do not have to have a work history in order to qualify. Successful claimants will receive a monthly check to help with life’s necessities. You must be disabled and make below a maximum amount of money. You may also qualify for medical care through Medicaid. To contact an experienced Springfield SSI lawyer, fill out the form on the left.

Application to Appeal: the process - Springfield Disability Appeal Lawyer

You can apply online, in person, or over the phone for social security. You will be prompted to fill out a series of questions that require you to substantiate your disability. If denied, you can appeal the decision. You may have an attorney represent you at the appeal.

Below is a list of some of the types of illnesses and injuries that can qualify for a disability under Social Security:


Major Dysfunction of a Joint
Chronic heart failure
Ischemic Heart Disease
Severe arthritis
Traumatic Brain Injury
Somatoform Disorders
Mental Retardation
Anxiety Disorders
Personality Disorders
Peripheral Neuropathies
Recurrent Arrhythmias
Congenital Heart Disease
Lung Transplant
Chronic Pulmonary Insufficiency

Local SSA Office

Social Security Office
2026 West Main Street
Springfield, Ohio 45504
(877) 405-1451

Low Cost Hospitals

Daniel Collins DMD
1919 East High Street
Springfield, Ohio 45505
(937) 324-0378

Springfield Emergency Physicians
P O Box 1965
Springfield, Ohio 45501
(937) 328-9314
Miami County Health District
510 West Water Street Suite 130
Troy, Ohio 45373
(937) 335-5675

Bellbrook Medical Center
4336 State Route 725
Bellbrook, Ohio 45305
(937) 848-4141


Ohio Valley Medical Center
100 West Main Street
Springfield, Ohio 45502
(937) 521-3900

Springfield Regional Medical Center
100 Medical Center Drive
Springfield, Ohio 45504
(937) 523-1000
Community Mercy Health Partners
100 Medical Center Drive
Springfield, Ohio 45504
(937) 523-1000

Madison County Hospital, Inc.
210 North Main Street
London, Ohio 43140
(740) 845-7000

Springfield social security attorneys serve clients throughout Southwestern Ohio, including Beavercreek, Bellefontaine, Centerville, Columbus, Dayton, Dublin, Gahanna, Grove City, Hilliard, Huber Heights, Kettering, Marysville, Piqua, Reynoldsburg, Sidney, Springfield, Trotwood, Troy, Union, Upper Arlington, Urbana, Westerville, Wilmington, Xenia, areas in the vicinity of Springfield-Beckley Municipal Airport, Washington Court House, and other communities in Clark County.

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