Supplemental Security Income Benefits
We Can Help You Get The Benefits You Deserve
Applying for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) can be confusing and complicated. At West Coast Disability Legal Center, our attorneys have spent years learning the rules and regulations regarding SSI, so you do not have to. Our legal expertise has allowed us to represent numerous claimants successfully. Let our experienced lawyers assist you through this difficult time.
Long Beach Supplemental Security Income Attorneys
There are many differences between the Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and the Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefit programs. When you have questions about the differences between SSI and SSDI benefits, our firm's licensed and experienced lawyers can provide you with answers. We do not rely on non-attorney "representatives" to advise our clients.
Often referred to as Title XVI benefits, the SSI program is a needs-based program. To qualify, your countable resources normally cannot exceed certain limits set by law. Generally, owning one automobile, one house, and one wedding ring or other common and ordinary personal goods will not disqualify you from this program.
In the state of California, SSI eligibility also entitles you to Medi-Cal (normally called "Medicaid" in other states). The earliest that benefits can begin in a Title XVI case is from the date of application. Our firm can help you get started on a successful SSI application as soon as you contact us.
Contact Our Long Beach SSI Benefits Attorneys
Close personal attention is what sets our Long Beach law firm apart from our competition. We can answer questions regarding your SSI claim and guide you through the process. Get started by making an appointment for a free consultation with one of our firm's lawyers. Call us at (800) 459-3017 or contact us online.
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- Social Security Disability Benefits
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- Disabled Widow's/Widower's Benefits
- Children's Insurance Benefits
- The Social Security Disability Claims Process
- How the SSA Determines Disability
- Physical Impairments
- Mental Impairments
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