Difference Between SSDI and SSI

Difference Between SSDI and SSI

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What is the Difference between SSDI and SSI?

Social Security Disability (SSD) insurance and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) are government benefit programs. If you are disabled now or have been in the past, you may qualify for one or both of these programs. At David Allen & Associates, our experienced Social Security Disability attorneys help people achieve eligibility for SSD and SSI throughout California, Nevada and the West.

About Social Security Disability Insurance (SSD or SSDI)

Social Security Disability (SSD) Benefit compensates workers who are unable to work for a year or more after suffering an illness or injury. To qualify for this program, you must have an employment history. The amount of your benefit award will depend partly on the length of time you worked before becoming disabled. A broad range of injuries and illnesses may qualify you for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits. The Sacramento disability attorneys at David Allen & Associates are here to help you file your application and represent you if your claim gets denied.

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About Supplemental Security Income (SSI)

SSI benefits are available to people with little or no income. If you were unable to work for five years or longer due to a long-term disability, you may qualify for SSI benefits even if you now have a job. David Allen & Associates helps you determine if you are eligible for SSI. Our Social Security and disability lawyers in Oakland will work with you to prepare your application, and we fight for your rightful benefits if your claim is rejected.

How our Disability Lawyers throughout California, Nevada and the West can Help with Your SSD or SSI Claim

Our SSD and SSI lawyers are committed to helping people get the benefits they need to take care of themselves and their families. When you are disabled, our attorneys carefully study your medical records, work records and employment skills. This arms us with the detailed information that is required in order to file a successful application. If your claim has been denied, we have the information and know-how to more clearly describe your disability or the work limitations caused by your disability. Regardless of when you come to us in the process, you can trust us to provide skilled and compassionate legal representation to help you fight for the benefits you deserve.

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