Do I Qualify for SSD or SSDI?
Grand Rapids SSDI and SSD Attorneys
Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
Both Social Security Disability insurance and Supplemental Security Income require a disability in order to qualify for benefits. The disability must prevent you from working, be medically documented, and last at least 12 months.
- Social Security Disability Insurance is for those with impairments that prevent you from working a full-time job. Those qualifying for Social Security Disability benefits must have required earnings. Your disability must prevent you from engaging in "substantial gainful activity."
- Supplemental Security Income is a needs-based program for those with a disabling condition expected to last at least 12 months.
It is crucial that you speak with us about the details. Contact us online or call 616-328-5283 or toll free at 866-959-4378 for a confidential, no cost, no-obligation consultation.
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You may qualify for both programs.
The vast majority of people applying for Social Security Disability (RSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits are denied at first. More than one appeal is typically necessary and we can help you take advantage of all opportunities for success.
Contact a Michigan Social Security Disability Qualifications Law Firm
Lawyers at Jensen, DeHaan & Symko, P.C. have deep roots in West Michigan. We are here to serve you and we do not charge a fee unless and until you are granted benefits. Contact us to determine your SSI or SSDI eligibility.