SSDI / SSI Help

Need SSDI/SSI help?

If you have not applied for Social Security Disability, but you are unable to work and you are disabled you may be able to receive Social Security Disability help in Tennessee, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Alabama, and other states through a federally funded Social Security Disability program. The Federal government provides Social Security Disability help in Columbus, Cincinnati, Dayton, through two main programs. The first is the Social Security Disability Insurance program (SSDI) and the second is Supplemental Security Income Benefits (SSI).

If you live in the United States and would like to discuss receiving Social Security Disability help, contact a Social Security Disability Office in your area and a Social Security Disability representative can help you complete your Social Security Disability application.

To find out what Social Security Disability programs you may qualify for you can contact the Social Security Administration office at 1-800-772-1213 or visit their website at www.socialsecurity.gov. The Social Security Representatives are available to help you complete an application for Social Security Disability Insurance, Supplemental Security Income benefits or Veteran’s benefits.

Do You Need A Social Security Disability Attorney?

A Disability representative is an expert at presenting a successful Social Security Disability appeal. It is possible to do this by yourself, but statistically the chances for success in the Social Security Disability process increases if a Social Security Disability lawyer helps to review your initial Social Security Disability application, reviews your medical files, and gathers medical information that may help in the appeals process. Social Security Disability attorneys have presented many Social Security Disability cases in court and are experts at getting the denial overturned.

If your initial Social Security Disability application is denied you will have 60 days from the denial to appeal or to file a “reconsideration”. The Social Security Disability office will review your application for reconsideration and will make a determination for your Social Security Disability case. The reconsideration process can last from 1 to 8 months. A Columbus, Cincinnati, Dayton, Lawyer is essential for the next step of arguing your case in front of an Administrative Law Judge for review. The disability attorney will prepare your Social Security Disability case and present it in your appeals court proceeding and all other future federal court proceedings.