Supplemental Security Income
Supplemental Security Income Attorneys Who Know How to Pursue Full Benefits
Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits are different from Social Security Disability benefits in numerous ways and, as longtime SSD/SSI lawyers, we urge every client to explore both possibilities. SSI benefits are for low-income New Yorkers or those who have limited resources, including people who have worked only briefly and who are not eligible for SSD benefits. SSI eligibility also applies to self-employed New Yorkers, business owners and homemakers. In certain cases, disabled children of parents who are struggling are also eligible for SSI benefits. But even those who seem to qualify for SSI can find the application process complex and intimidating and that, without a powerful attorney by their side, their SSI application just keeps getting rejected.
Find Out If You Are Eligible for SSI Benefits—Call Experienced SSI/SSD Attorneys Today
SSI payments can provide cash to disabled people having a hard time paying for basic needs such as food, shelter and clothing. Countless New Yorkers are unable to pay rent or keep up with the mortgage and many have their home in foreclosure. You too may be struggling financially—perhaps you’ve gone through your savings since having to stop work. To qualify for SSI benefits, you will need to meet SSI income guidelines and be either blind or disabled.
Make a Fresh Start—Let a Relentless SSI Lawyer Go After the SSI Benefits You Deserve
Whether you’ve already tried to apply for SSI benefits or need to appeal a denied SSI claim, Pasternack Tilker Ziegler Walsh Stanton & Romano, LLP will help you get results. Call us today at (800) 692-3717 or contact us online for a free evaluation. There is hope—call now so we can help. You pay us nothing unless you win and we help struggling New Yorkers from the Bronx to Brooklyn and Suffolk County to Staten Island.