Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Attorneys
Navigating the Social Security Administration system can be difficult. Determining if your eligible for SSI is complicated, as their are complex rules and regulations regarding qualifications and applications. The attorneys at Gendlin, Liverman and Rymer have extensive experience handing tricky SSI claims in the Milwaukee, Wauwatosa, Waukesha, Racine, Madison and neighboring Wisconsin communities. We also handle cases in Illinois and Ohio
What Is SSI?
Supplemental Security Income, known as SSI, is a disability benefits programs designed to help those with little or no income. Specifically, SSI is based on need. To be entitled to SSI benefits, you must be a U.S. citizen who meets the requirements set by the Social Security Administration (SSA). Also, to qualify for SSI benefits you need to present medical evidence that your disability will last for at least one year. Your total countable income should also be below listed Supplemental Security Income levels.
<h2\”>Why Do I Need A SSI Lawyer?
Hiring a SSI Lawyer can greatly increase your chances of receiving disability benefits. Whether you are appealing a previous denial, or applying for the first time, GLR is on your side. That means you can get the SSI benefits you’re entitled to more quickly, with a lot less fear, stress and tension because you’ll have the income to help cover your expenses, and take care of yourself and your family.
Am I Entitled To SSI?
SSI pays benefits to low-income people who are 65 or older; to adults who are disabled (based on the same definition used by SSD) or blind; and to children who are disabled and blind. The program is only for people who have very limited income and assets. When your disabled and your financial future is at stake, you want an attorney who can produce results and get you the benefits you deserve.
As mentioned above, SSI qualification is based on your resources. Specifically, if your resources (the things you own) are worth more than $2,000 for an individual or $3,000 for a couple, you’re considered to be ineligible. This amount includes most personal property, but excludes certain items, such as your primary home. There are strict income requirements for SSI eligibility.
Get The Benefits You Deserve!
Due to the complexity and uncertainty surrounding the Social Security Administration system and application process, many people are unsure if they qualify to receive benefits, even if they have a condition that clearly prevents them from being able to work, either in limited or full capacity. The good news is that there are a team of attorneys on your side! The attorneys at Gendlin, Liverman and Rymer are often able to help clients successfully get the SSI benefits they need to survive. We pride ourselves our efficient handling of SSD and SSI cases. And, we are ready, willing, and able to help you get the benefits you are entitled to.
Assisting with Every Step of the Complex Appeals Process
Because the appeals process is extremely complex and confusing, it is highly advisable to retain the services of experienced Milwaukee Social Security Disability & Supplemental Security Income attorneys at Gendlin, Liverman and Rymer to handle your case. By doing so, you can significantly improve your chances of obtaining those much needed SSI benefits and improving your quality of life.
Our firm will be at your side throughout every step of the process, and do everything in our power to ensure you get the benefits you deserve. For your free case review, contact Gendlin, Liverman & Rymer. We are committed to helping clients in claiming what is rightfully theirs.