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Social Security Disability

Disability Denied?

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Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) are programs created to help the disabled pay their bills when they are unable to work. However, the sad fact is that most applications for benefits are denied by the Social Security Administration. If you have been denied benefits, don’t be discouraged! A denial does not have to be the end of the process. Let the Garner Law Firm help you appeal your denial. Since 1999, Darryl Garner has help hundreds of individuals appeal their denials and get the benefits they deserve.

At the Garner Law Firm there is NO attorney fee unless we win and you receive benefits.

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Social Security Disability & Supplemental Security Income

Call the Garner Law Firm if your SSDI or SSI application for benefits have been denied.

Social Security Disability Insurance

When a person works a portion of their paycheck is withheld to pay for SSDI. These withholdings are like the premiums you pay for car insurance. When you have an accident you expect the car insurance company to pay for your damages. It is no different when you become disabled. You paid the SSDI premiums while you worked and the Social Security Administration OWES you the benefits you paid for now that you are disabled. However, the process to get the benefits you deserve is long and complex. Let the Garner Law Firm help you navigate the legal process so you can focus on your health.  

Supplemental Security Income

The SSI program was designed to make sure that disable individuals receive a set minimum amount of support every month. Unlike SSDI, there is no past work requirement to qualify for SSI benefits. So, an individual who has never worked because of their disability could qualify for SSI. In a few instances an individual may be able to qualify for both SSDI and SSI.

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George Eliot