Many people are denied Social Security benefits simply because they have applied for the wrong type of benefits. If you are ineligible for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits because you have not worked long enough and paid adequately into the Social Security system, you may still be eligible for Supplemental Security Income (SSI). Some people may apply for SSI when they are actually eligible for SSD. The lawyers at Cohen, Snyder, Eisenberg & Katzenberg, P.A., can help you pursue the right benefits.
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Our Supplemental Security Income (SSI) attorneys in Baltimore, Bel Air, Frederick, Essex and Glen Burnie are ready to help people throughout Maryland. We bring more than 40 years of experience to these cases, so we understand how the system works and how to appeal denials in order to get you the benefits you need to live comfortably.
What Is Supplemental Security Income (SSI)?
SSI is a Social Security program designed to provide financial assistance to people who are impaired and have limited income and resources, people who have not worked long enough or paid enough into Social Security in order to be eligible for SSD. While the benefits offered through SSI are not as substantial as those offered through SSD, they are still extremely helpful for those disabled people who cannot work and need help covering the costs of living.
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