New Jersey Social Security Income Lawyers

Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is a federal income supplement program enacted to assist disabled people who have little or no income. SSI benefits are also available to a child younger than 18 if he or she meets the Social Security Administration’s definition of disability for children, and if his or her income and resources are within the eligibility limits. In addition to proving that your medical condition prevents you from working, you have to demonstrate your financial need for SSI. Occasionally, a person with a low income will be eligible for SSD benefits and additional payments from the SSI program.

Income And Disability Requirements

SSI benefits are generally available to any qualifying American in need, regardless of whether they have paid into Social Security or not. In order to successfully obtain SSI benefits, you must meet income and disability requirements. We can gather information from you, family members, and most importantly, medical care providers as we build your case. With our experience, we can bring the legal and process knowledge needed for a strong SSI application and case.

Over a Five Decades of Social Security Law Experience

Whether you believe you are eligible for SSI benefits or not, let our attorneys assess your situation and determine which type of benefits you are most likely to be granted. We have years of experience handling disability benefits cases and can be an advocate for you.

Eligiblility

Often, our disabled clients believe they need to choose between Social Security Disability and SSI benefits. You may in fact be eligible for both. We can determine which programs you are eligible for, and aggressively pursue your full potential benefit amounts. The programs share the same medical condition requirements, so the already low demands on your time will barely increase. For more information, please contact our firm.

Helping Clients Get the Benefits They Deserve

Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is a type of government-provided disability benefit that can be issued in conjunction with Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits. SSI benefits are based on disability and financial need, while SSD is available to people of all income levels who cannot work due to disability. If you are in need of SSI benefits in addition to SSD benefits for a disability, turn to Aiello, Harris, Marth, Tunnero & Schiffman, P.C., in New Jersey. Our firm is skilled at handling both SSD and SSI application processes and helping our clients to understand how they may be eligible for both.

Contact experienced our New Jersey social security income lawyers

Our experienced and savvy personal injury attorneys in New Jersey will work hard to see that your disability application is completed thoroughly and that you get the benefits you deserve. Contact Aiello, Harris, Marth, Tunnero & Schiffman, P.C. today and we will be more than happy to answer your questions and address your concerns.

Our SSI benefits attorneys keep flexible office hours, with weekend appointments available, and we can meet you in your home or hospital room if you cannot travel to our office. We handle most SSI benefits claims on a contingency-fee basis, so you do not pay us until we recover the SSI benefits for you. Call us today, we’re standing by to assist you at (908) 561-5577 or contact us online.

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