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Pennsylvania Social Security Disability Attorneys Many people come to us for help when they have been denied Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI). A denial letter from the Social Security Administration is not the end of the qualification process for benefits. Most applications are denied at first. Applications require detailed documentation of work and medical history and other documents demonstrating fulfillment of requirements with several nuances.
How Do I Qualify for SSDI or SSI?
You might qualify for SSDI if you suffer from a qualifying disability or a terminal illness that prevents you from working or performing your normal responsibilities at work for at least 12 months. Additionally, your work history must show that you have worked enough years to be eligible for benefits, which we can help you evaluate. Benefits are payable to blind or disabled workers, their children, widowers and adults disabled since childhood.
SSI is available for people 65 or older and disabled or blind adults or children. SSI is an assistance program that is not based on work history and is meant to help people of limited income and resources pay for living expenses.