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Does your disability prevent you from working? You may be entitled to monthly checks from the social security administration. An experienced State College social security attorney can increase your odds of winning your social security claim. Those who qualify may be entitled to monthly payments, medical care, and additional resources from your state government. You can contact an experienced State College social security disability attorney by filling out the form on the left. You are under absolutely no obligation merely by filling out the form.

Why seek help applying for SSI or SSDI benefits?

The statistics show that the majority of initial applications are denied: between 65% and 70%. Presenting proof of your disability is an important step toward qualifying. An experienced State College social security lawyer can help you make your most compelling case to the review board. Your chance of success increases this way. Successful claimants receive critical monthly payments from the federal government. SSI recipients can receive a monthly payment, food stamps, and potentially Medicaid to cover health care costs. SSDI recipients receive monthly payments based on the amount they paid into the system, among other factors. Also, SSDI recipients sometimes qualify for Medicare.

What does the typical State College Social Security lawyer cost to hire?

You may be surprised to learn that a social security lawyer is quite affordable, even if you have no source of income. Social security attorneys are paid according to a strict fee schedule. They can only be paid if they win your case for you. That makes sense because claimants usually have not expendable money. The social security system oversees the amount a social security attorney can charge. For example, they are capped at making 25% of the back pay awarded to you. Even then, they can only make a maximum of $6,000 on your case. Contact your State College Social Security lawyer today by filling out the form on the left.

The Social Security system: About

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) Social Security Disability Insurance – Talk to a Knowledgeable State College 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 State College Disability Attorney

SSI, unlike SSDI, is a welfare-based program that pays those with disabilities, regardless of their work history. To qualify, claimants must make less than a minimum threshold of income (a very small amount). Those who qualify may also be eligible for food stamps, and Medicaid. Learn more now and contact an experienced State College SSI attorney.

How does the application and appeal process work? - State College Disability Appeals attorney

You can start your application for social security online, in person, or by phone. The review process can take more than six months in some cases. If you have been denied, you can appeal your case. At appeal, you will have to prove that your condition qualifies as a disability. If you do not feel comfortable appearing on your own behalf, an attorney may present your case for you.

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


Diabetes mellitus
Chronic hyperglycemia
Impairment of Renal function
Open Head Injury
Chemical Burns
Alport’s Syndrome
Pituitary gland disorders
Thyroid gland disorders
Parathyroid gland disorders
Adrenal gland disorders
Psychiatric Disorders
Common Blood Disorders
Gastyrointestinal hemorrhaging
Chronic liver disease
Inflammatory bowel disease

Local SSA Office

Social Security Administration
Suite 2, 901 University Drive
State College, Pennsylvania 16801
(800) 772-1213

Low Cost Hospitals

North Hills Health Center
212 Girard Avenue
Glenside, Pennsylvania 19038
(215)5 72-0302

Allegheny Valley Dialysis Center
1620 Pacific Avenue
Natrona Hts, Pennsylvania 15065
(724) 224-4382
Bethlehem Medical Center
2092 Stefko Boulevard
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 18017
(610) 867-4033

Broadview Family Medical Center
1216 North Broad Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19121
(215) 232-8700

State College  Hospitals

Mount Nittany Medical Center
1800 East Park Avenue
State College, Pennsylvania 16803
(814) 231-7000

The Meadows Psychiatric Center
132 The Meadows Drive
Centre Hall, Pennsylvania 16828
(814) 364-2161
J.C. Blair Memorial Hospital
1225 Warm Springs Avenue
Huntingdon, Pennsylvania 16652
(814) 643-8656

Lewistown Hospital
400 Highland Avenue
Lewistown, Pennsylvania 17044
(717) 248-5411

State College social security attorneys serve client  throughout Central Pennsylvania, including Altoona, Bedford, Berwick, Clanton, Clearfield, Du Bois, Everett, Granville, Harrisburg, Hazleton, Huntingdon, Indiana, Johnstown, Lebanon, Lock Haven, Middleburg, Miffinburg, Miffintown, Milton, Mount Union, New Castle, Punxsutawney, Shippensburg, Somerset, Tyrone, West Hamilton Heights, Wilkes-Barre, Williamsport, areas in the vicinity of State College, University Park Airport, and other communities in Centre County.

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