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Social Security Disability Attorney Why You Need A Specialist

At the Law Offices of Grant Kaplan, we handle claims involving SSDI and SSI applications. We also handle the appeals process. Even if you have already been denied, we can help. We handle cases at any level. To qualify for SSDI benefits, you must be unable to perform substantial work as a result of your injury. In addition, the medical condition must also be expected to last a year, or result in death. Physical or mental impairments will prevent hard-working individuals from performing their job, and also earning a living. Depression, anxiety, and also other mental ailments are the result of chronic pain. If you are unable to work because of ongoing physical or mental impairments or a combination of both we can help.

Call Grant Kaplan the Social Security Disability Attorney Specialist

If you’ve been denied Supplemental Security Income in addition to Social Security Disability Insurance. Or you don’t know where to begin. Then you need the legal help from a dedicated advocate. Grant Kaplan is the Social Security Disability Attorney you need on your side. The Law Office of Grant Kaplan is ready to be your advocate.

What Is the difference between SSDI and SSI?

SSDI, or Social security Disability Insurance Benefits is for workers who become disabled before retirement age. Therefore, only workers who have paid consistently into their Social Security taxes are insured by the SSDI program. The reality for many applicants is the difficulty in accessing their benefits. The Social Security Administration therefore seems reluctant to give workers the money they are entitled to by law. Supplemental Security Income is a government program. It provides a subsidy for low-income people who are age 65 or older. It is also available to those who are blind, as well as to the disabled. This program is for people who have not earned enough credits. This group of people has become ineligible for SSDI or disabled children.