Supplement Security Income Benefits Lawyer
Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is a U.S. government program that provides money to help meet the basic needs of people who cannot work and have little or no income and lack other substantial resources. Unlike Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), eligibility for SSI does not require the applicant to have a prior work history.
Applying for SSI or appealing an initial claim denial can be a long, difficult and frustrating process — even for those who meet all the criteria. You do not have to do it alone. Having a skilled attorney on your side can greatly improve your chance of obtaining benefits.
To learn more, please contact the Adler Firm, PLLC, now. We can tell you whether you qualify and, if you do, provide legal representation without requiring you to pay any up-front fees or costs. We represent individuals throughout Michigan from our offices in Detroit and Traverse City.
Do You Qualify for Government Help? Learn Your Eligibility and Options Today.
Some of the basic requirements for SSI applicants include your status as a U.S. citizen or qualifying alien resident. You must also:
- Have a qualifying medical impairment — one of a wide range of defined physical and medical conditions that keep you from working — or be over age 65
- Own no more than a few thousand dollars worth of assets and have very limited income from any other sources including workers’ compensation or a pension
Prepared to Handle Your Application or Appeal Your Denied Claim
We are here to help with your application for adult or children’s benefits. Our caring, determined metro Detroit disability attorneys have succeeded in obtaining much-needed support for many aged, blind, injured and mentally challenged people throughout Michigan and statewide.
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If you have never been able to work or haven’t worked enough or made enough recently to qualify for SSDI benefits, you may still be eligible to receive monthly SSI checks. Your initial consultation will be free, and you will owe no attorney fees unless we win benefits for you.