Social Security Disability

By: LeViness, Tolzman & Hamilton  07/12/2016
Keywords: Social Security Disability, Disability Lawyer, Disability Attorney

Eligibility for SSI benefits is subject to the income of the members of your household. Thus, if you are disabled but live with a relative who has sufficient income to provide for you, you may not be eligible for SSI even though you are unquestionably unable to work. Finally, SSDI benefits are retroactive for up to 12 months prior to the date of your application for benefits. This means you could apply for benefits and receive them even for the months before you applied. SSI benefits are not retroactive and can only be awarded from the first full month following the month in which your application was filed. Whether this is your first time filing, you wish to appeal a denial, or if you simply want to check your eligibility for Social Security Disability benefits, our experienced lawyers have immediate answers to all your questions. Contact us online or call 800-547-4LAW (4529) for a free consultation with one of our Social Security disability lawyers in Baltimore about your long-term disability case. We look forward to helping you claim the Social Security Disability benefits you deserve.

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