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National Board of Social Security Disability Advocacy
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SSI Disability Claims
Supplemental Security Income · SSI Disability Claims
A physical or mental disability is an overwhelming obstacle to making ends meet. Like Social Security Disability, Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is a federal program designed to help disabled individuals who are unable to work and who otherwise meet Supplemental Security Income disability requirements.
The law firm of Marc Whitehead & Associates assists clients with all aspects of applying for SSI disability benefits and handling SSI denial appeals. Attorney Marc Whitehead is Board Certified in Social Security Disability Law, with extensive experience in representing denied SSI claims.
It is an unfortunate fact that most first-time applications for Supplemental Security Income are denied. As SSI advocates, our expertise with social security laws enable us to navigate around the pitfalls and difficulties. We will help you to properly apply for SSI benefits, and provide strong legal support during any step of the process.
Application for SSI Appeal
If your SSI disability claim has been denied, you have the right to appeal the decision, and you have the right to be represented by an attorney.
When you choose our law firm, you are selecting one that is committed to making the appeals process as efficient as possible. We know that legal advice for every case is unique, and that a one-size-fits-all strategy in an SSI appeal is a plan for failure.
Our attorneys will guide you through all stages of the appeals process:
- If you are ready to apply for SSI, we will investigate and make sure that the necessary medical evidence and essential records are obtained.
- If your claim has been denied, we will use all of our resources to build a strong case and take it to the next level.
- If your case deserves another opportunity for appeal, we will analyze the claim and explain your options. We know what the Social Security Administration is looking for to meet SSI requirements, and we know the most effective manner in which to present the facts to them.
Talk To Us About Your SSI Benefits
Working with a qualified disability attorney can ensure that your case will be properly developed and prepared for a hearing.
We are committed to personal service, one-on-one meetings, honest answers and frequent communication. To ensure that the guidance we provide is in line with your Supplemental Security Income needs, our attorneys always take the time to listen to you. We will help you understand the amount of benefits you may receive.