At Stewart & Stewart, our Winchester Social Security disability attorneys can get you the help you need when you have become disabled. If you suffer an injury or a disease that prevents you from working, we can help you obtain government assistance from the Social Security Administration (SSA), the agency that determines if you are eligible to receive Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits. We also understand that in some cases, your need for disability income may last for the rest of your life.
Social Security disability was designed as a safety net for disabled workers. We make sure it works as intended for your protection, not your frustration. Our depth of knowledge of these laws enables us to thoroughly prepare your claim, make sure all evidence is provided and guide you through the complex Social Security system. Under Title II — Disability Insurance Benefits — there are three categories of individuals who can qualify for benefits on the basis of disability:
The Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) program was established to give disabled workers a source of income. Most of us have been paying into this government insurance program all of our working lives.
When you need these benefits, Social Security should be there for you. Unfortunately, people who become seriously injured often find that their valid claims are denied, leaving them unable to work and without an income.
Stewart & Stewart handles appeals for people who are denied SSDI and SSI benefits. SSI benefits are intended for people who have not paid enough money into Social Security to be entitled to disability benefits but can receive payments because they are disabled and are in financial need. We welcome the opportunity to make the system work for you.
For experienced help with your Social Security claim, call Stewart & Stewart at 931-967-4303 or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation. They serve clients in Winchester, Fayetteville, Tullahoma, and surrounding areas.