If you are unable to work due to one or more severe physical or mental health conditions, you may be entitled to social security disability or supplemental security income
. For either benefit, your health condition must be so severe that you cannot work at any job for at least twelve months. If you are denied benefits, it is important to contact an attorney and discuss your case.
To qualify for social security disability, you need to have worked for several years prior to the date you became disabled. Eligibility for supplemental security income is based on financial need. You do not need a prior work history. Don't get discouraged though, many of the clients previously denied Social Security disability benefits will later be awarded those benefits.
Mary Frances Hill understands your physical and mental illnesses and resulting disabilities. She always fights to get what you deserve. If you wait too long after becoming disabled to file a claim or fail to file the correct paperwork, you may lose some — if not all — of your Social Security disability benefits. Do not deal alone with confusing paperwork, big insurance companies, or other overwhelming details and procedures. Let our firm help solve your disability claims related to Social Security benefits for disability and Supplemental Security income so you receive the benefits you are entitled to.