You haven’t been able to work much for a long time—and severe health problems rule out working now.
But you still need to pay for food, a place to live and other essentials.
Disability benefits from Supplemental Security Income (SSI) could provide the financial relief you’re looking for and bring more peace to your life.
SSI comes with monthly checks and qualifies you for Medicaid coverage to take care of your medical conditions.
But when most people apply for disability, they get denied.
The Social Security Administration runs SSI and has thousands of rules about who gets disability income. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed facing this big government program.
The lawyers at Horenstein, Nicholson & Blumenthal are here to help you through it.
We’ve helped thousands of people in Ohio get disability benefits over the past 40 years. Our law firm is dedicated to helping everyday people experiencing hard times.
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When you qualify for SSI, you automatically qualify for Medicaid health coverage.
And you qualify for monthly payments to help with basic expenses.
The amounts change every year. In 2019, Social Security set these maximum payment amounts:
The idea of SSI is to help you when you can’t work because of bad health, so working and earning a substantial income can disqualify you for benefits.
However, if you work a little bit and your pay is below a certain level, you could still receive SSI payments in a reduced amount.
Besides working-age people who can’t work, SSI benefits are also available to children with disabilities from families that qualify, people over 65 who meet the financial requirements, even without disabilities, and people living with blindness.
You can learn more about what to expect from SSI by getting HNB Law to evaluate your situation for free.Get My Free Case Review
Get an HNB attorney to help you win monthly SSI benefits when you can’t work because of a disability.