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Speak with a Social Security Disability Attorney at Nyman Turkish

The federal government provides a few different types of programs administered by the Social Security Administration (SSA) that provide benefits to individuals with qualifying disabilities. These programs include the Social Security Disability Insurance Benefits (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) programs. Each program has different requirements to qualify for benefits. The process of determining whether you qualify for benefits and completing the application process can be complex. As with any government benefit you may apply for, you may have to cut through red tape and jump through hoops to reach your end goal of receiving the SSD benefits you deserve. 

Although the SSD application process can feel overwhelming, the process can be much more manageable with an experienced SSD attorney by your side every step of the way. The experienced SSD attorneys at Nyman Turkish can help you with your disability application to ensure it is complete and accurate, regardless of the complexity. Our attorneys understand your financial security is on the line and we are prepared to fight for the benefits you are entitled to. We offer a FREE CASE EVALUATION, so call us today with your questions and learn how we can help you. Our legal team is standing by to help you with your SSD case.   

SSDI vs. SSI Technical Requirements

To qualify for SSDI, you must have a qualifying disability and you must have worked and paid SSD taxes for a certain amount of time within the last 10 years to earn a sufficient amount of “work credits.” We recommend you speak with an experienced SSD attorney to determine whether you have a sufficient amount of work credits. Our Social Security Disability team is here to help answer your questions about whether you qualify for SSDI. 

To qualify for SSI you are not required to have paid a certain amount into SSA programs, but you must instead meet specific monthly income and resource requirements, in addition to having a qualifying disability. 

Qualifying Medical Disability

For both programs, as noted above, you must have a qualifying disability. To be found medically disabled, you must have been or expect to be out of full-time work for at least 12 months. You must also make less than what the SSA determines as “Substantial Gainful Activity” (SGA). 

The SSA believes that if a person is able to earn an income at or above SGA, then they do not need SSD benefits in order to maintain their lifestyle. If you make more than the applicable SGA for your situation, your SSD application will likely be denied, but working with a lawyer can help ensure your claim is more likely to get approved.  

Determining whether your disability and specific circumstances qualify for disability can be a complex analysis. Our team of experienced Social Security Disability attorneys can help you determine whether you qualify and can help you prove your case to the SSA. We will work with you to prove your case by helping you gather medical records and other important documents from your doctors.

Our team is fully trained on all of the programs the SSA offers and will ensure that we file your application for any and all programs that you may qualify for. Don’t just do what you think is right, trust an expert at Nyman Turkish. Our attorneys are different. Our team offers a 100% FREE CONSULTATION to anyone that calls our Firm, and we have a NO FEE GUARANTEE on all of the work we perform. There are no upfront costs to our representation and no costs to keep your case going. DON’T WAIT! Call Nyman Turkish today for a FREE case evaluation.

The SSD Application Process

The SSD application process is complex, lengthy, and takes a lot of hard work and attention to detail to complete correctly. There are five main stages to a Social Security Disability claim including the initial application, reconsideration appeal, administrative law judge hearing appeal, appeals council appeal, and the federal court appeal.

The good news is our team is trained to help you regardless of what phase of the SSD application process you are in. We have been processing SSD claims since the 1980s, and we have helped our clients earn tens of millions of dollars in SSD benefits. Many applications for SSD benefits are denied initially. Let us help you obtain the benefits that you qualify for. Contact an SSD attorney at the Nyman Turkish Team today for a FREE case evaluation. We can help you!

Need Help with Applying for SSD Benefits? A Social Security Disability Attorney at Nyman Turkish Can Help

Nyman Turkish assists clients with Social Security Disability cases nationally and we have decades of experience assisting clients, recovering tens of millions of dollars in SSD benefits. Our SSD lawyers are experienced in every phase of case representation, and our Firm accepts cases regardless of where they are in the process. 

Many other SSD Law Firms will not take a case until the client has had their initial application for benefits denied. You will notice from the first phone call that our Firm is different, as we assist clients at every stage of the process, from the initial application, to administrative appeals, to appearing at a hearing, and beyond. We do not believe that applicants should have to go through any part of this process alone.  

Let our experienced legal team at Nyman Turkish fight for the benefits you deserve! If you have questions about whether you may qualify for SSD benefits, contact a Social Security Disability attorney at Nyman Turkish today for a FREE consultation. Our Law Firm offers a NO FEE GUARANTEE, so you have nothing to lose by calling to see if you qualify for benefits. We represent clients NATIONWIDE from our offices in California, Florida, and Michigan.