Pursuing SSDI Benefits
Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) exists to provide benefits to those unable to work because of a health condition or disability. Unfortunately, benefits can be difficult to obtain, due to the complexity of the application process and the strict guidelines for qualification.
Your SSDI Advocate
At Hilado Law, PLLC, in Orlando, we have provided advocacy services to the injured and disabled since 1993. We can guide you through the SSDI application process and help you with case appeals if necessary. We understand how frustrating it is to be disabled and have to deal with bureaucratic procedures. Our friendly staff keeps you up to date on the progress of your case, working swiftly and effectively to pursue the SSDI benefits you deserve.
The SSDI Application Process
Applying for SSDI begins with filling out an extensive application that we submit to the Social Security Administration, followed by the possibility of appeals, including a hearing before an administrative law judge. It can take from several months to two years from application to the receipt of benefits. If your application is denied, then you may request a reconsideration of your case.
Benefits And Eligibility
Social Security Disability benefits pays recipients monthly as long as they meet eligibility requirements. Disability recipients may also earn income from work, generally just above $1,000. The Social Security Administration judges the eligibility of applicants by using detailed criteria. They look at how your functional capacity is affected by your health condition or injury, and if you can do another type of work based on your education and your functional ability.
Call Today For Help
Our track record of results and client testimonials speak for themselves. We serve clients in Orlando and the greater Orange County area. Hilado Law, PLLC, works on a contingency basis, so you do not pay legal fees unless we win your case. Give us a call at 407-605-3199 or contact us online for a free initial consultation with a SSDI attorney.