Social Security Disability: SSDI/SSI
  1. Home
  2.  | Social Security Disability: SSDI/SSI

We Help Individuals Obtain SSI And SSDI Benefits

If you are disabled and unable to work due to a medical condition, you may be eligible for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits. At Geary & Geary, LLP, we have helped clients with disabilities obtain the federal benefits to which they are entitled. Our dedication to personal service and client satisfaction has helped us to serve our diverse clients for decades.

If you need assistance claiming SSDI, SSI or simply seeking guidance from an experienced attorney regarding your disability, please contact the law office of Geary & Geary, LLP, to schedule your free initial consultation.

Are You Struggling With Your Social Security Disability Claim?

Social Security Disability Insurance or SSDI is a federal benefit available for those eligible who have severe medical conditions that render them unable to perform the duties of any past job or any other type of regular employment. To qualify for SSDI, individuals must meet a strict definition of disability. The disabling condition must be one that is severe and expected to last for at least one year, or to result in death. Documented medical treatment is critical in proving the extent of disability needed to qualify for social security benefits.

Supplemental Security Income is for people who are either disabled, blind, or over 65. Additionally, in order to qualify for SSI, it must be shown that you have very limited income or resources. Applying for SSDI or SSI can be a very long and difficult process.

Typically, a disabled person will complete an application at the local Social Security Administration office or through the website, www.socialsecurity.gov. It is not uncommon to be denied after the initial application. This is especially true for individuals who are under the age of 55. However, it is very important to continue with the reconsideration and appeal process. The appeal process is often long, with strict deadlines. However, many applicants are ultimately successful at the appeal stage after initial denials. Many Social Security Disability claims are not approved, either because the application is missing vital information, or because medical records are incomplete. Our lawyers have substantial experience preparing SSDI and SSI claims and appeals. We can identify problems with your claim and greatly increase your chances of getting benefits. There is no cost to you unless we are successful at obtaining benefits for you.

Contact Us Today To Learn About How We Can Help You

The lawyers and staff at Geary & Geary, LLP, are committed to helping our clients get the Social Security Disability benefits they deserve. To speak with an attorney who respects your dignity and provides personalized service, email us or call us at 866-497-7455 and we will respond promptly.