Understanding Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
For many people struggling with serious disabilities in Ohio and throughout the country, keeping a steady job is simply not an option. In some cases, mental or physical disabilities arise at birth or at an early age, thereby limiting any income-earning potential.
For those with minimal income, limited assets and insufficient work history to qualify for Social Security Disability (SSD), Supplemental Security Income (SSI) can provide much-needed financial assistance to get by.
Do I Qualify For SSI?
At Nicholson Law Offices, we understand that for many, understanding the differences between SSD and SSI can be confusing — and we strive to be the firm that helps you navigate the process.
Instead of attempting to wade through the rules, procedures, forms and potential appeals processes on your own, our attorneys, John T. Nicholson, Danny Webb and their team can help you through the entire process.
If you or someone you care for (a child or an adult with special needs) requires financial assistance to manage a mental or physical disability, we can provide you with the information and resources to complete an application or carry out an appeal for SSD or SSI benefits.
In short, if you or a loved one has a documented disability, has not worked or can no longer work and is on a limited income, it’s in your best interests to speak with an SSD/SSI lawyer.
Call Us For Your Free Consultation
When you call the Law Offices of John T. Nicholson, you will speak with a real person who can help you get answers regarding your issues. You can reach us at 1-800-596-1533 or by sending an email via our online contact form.
Our primary office is in Dayton and we routinely help clients across the state. We also work with clients throughout the Midwestern United States.