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Social Security Disability - Rebecca Sposita, Disability Attorney

Are you disabled or unable to work, and do you earn less than $1,000 a month? If yes, you may be eligible to receive Social Security Benefits.

There are two types of Social Security Benefits, SSI and SSDI.

SSI is Supplemental Security Income. SSI is a federal income supplement program that is designed to help aged (individuals ages 65 and older), blind, and disabled people who have little or no income.

SSDI stands for Social Security Disability Insurance. SSDI is a federal insurance program that provides benefits to those who are unable to work due to a disability.

The Social Security Administration has guidelines regarding eligibility for SSI (Supplemental Security Income) and SSDI (Social Security Disability Insurance).

The Law Office of Rebecca Sposita, PLLC services clients throughout Michigan and Florida. Call us today at 248-529-3324 so we can help you or your family member understand and apply for SSI or SSDI benefits, or appeal a denial.

 

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Not Yet Applied?

There are three ways to apply for disability benefits.

 

  1. You can apply in person at your local Social Security office. To find the office nearest you and schedule an appointment, call 1-800-772-1213.
  2. You can apply over the phone by calling the same number.
  3. You can apply online at http://www.socialsecurity.gov