SSDI: Social Security Disability Insurance
Life comes at you fast. Sometimes it comes hard. If you have been injured and are incapable of being gainfully employed, you may be entitled to Social Security Disability Insurance (“SSDI”) benefits. These are also referred to as “Title II” benefits. They include retirement, survivors and disability insurance benefits.
Also, for people who do not have a regular source of income, the Social Security Administration provides a program of Supplemental Security Income or (“Title XVI”) benefits. In some cases, you may be eligible for both SSDI and SSI benefits.
Let us put our experience to work for you. We will act as your representative to help you do business with Social Security to ensure that you receive the maximum amount of benefits due to you.
We can help you with an initial application for benefits, or once you have already started to receive benefits. It's not unusual for a benefit recipient's circumstances to change after they apply or became eligible for benefits. If you, or a family member, receive Social Security or Supplemental Security Income (SSI), certain life changes may affect eligibility for an increase in your federal benefits. For example, if your spouse or ex-spouse dies, you may become eligible for a higher Social Security benefit. Let us advocate for you to get you the maximum benefit.