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SSI Attorney Practice Overview
Have you been denied SSI benefits? Call us at (248) 356-8400 for a free initial consultation. There is no time to lose – we will get to work for you and help fight for your claim.
Let Us Help You Get Supplemental Income Benefits for Your Disabled Children
SSI or Supplemental Security Income pays monthly benefits to disabled individuals or children with limited income and assets. SSI benefits are not just paid to adults. Monthly benefits may be paid to blind or disabled children as well. Don’t settle for an initial denial of benefits; bring your case to our SSI attorney office here in Southfield, MI. Stephen L.Redisch is an experienced SSI attorney who will explain every aspect of your case and fight for the benefits you deserve.
Time is of the Essence! Talk to Us Today About Your SSI Benefit Claim!
If denied SSI benefits you have only 60 days from the date of the notice of denial to file a claim for appeal or request a hearing. Don’t let time run out, call us today at (248) 356-8400 and discuss your options with an experienced attorney.
Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
SSI can be paid whether or not a person has paid in enough Social Security tax to get disability insurance benefits. You must be disabled under the same rules as for disability insurance, or be blind, or be over 65. You must also have very little income or property, because this benefit is based on financial need. Social Security looks at all other income and property in the household you live in, not just your own, and also the value of any support (like free room and board) you may get from others, to determine whether you are financially eligible for SSI. Social Security does this in addition to deciding if you are disabled. Also, some children 18 or younger with a severe disability can get a monthly benefit if their family income is low enough.