Supplemental Security Income

Jun 01 2018

Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits are available to people who have limited income and cannot work. The income limitations are fairly straightforward, and can be determined based on the amount and source of your income, your age, and your marital status. However, obtaining Supplemental Security Income benefits can be challenging, even if you meet the income eligibility requirements. This is where our law firm comes in.

Meeting The Standards For SSI Benefits

At Alverson + O’Brien in Denver, we know how difficult it can be for someone struggling with a disability to manage his or her daily life while attempting to navigate the SSI approval process. To qualify, your disability must meet the same standards set for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) by the Social Security Administration.

If your impairment affects your ability to work and you believe it is severe enough to meet the Social Security Administration’s standards for disability, contact us for assistance. We help you determine if you will likely qualify for SSI benefits and guide you through the process. Even if you have some form of income, you may still be eligible for SSI benefits.

It is important to know that, unlike SSDI benefits, SSI benefits cannot be paid retroactively, which is why it is so important to not delay the process. Contact our lawyers to begin the filing process and start receiving your benefits as soon as possible.

Contact Our Attorneys in Denver Today

We offer free consultations to give you the opportunity to meet with us and discuss your case. To speak with our Denver Supplemental Security Income attorneys, call 303-993-8882 or send us an email to schedule a consultation.