Social Security Disability Benefits Attorneys
Fighting Hard & Winning Cases® Since 1984
You’ve recently been involved in an accident that has left you with a permanent disability. So why was your social security disability claim denied? Montlick Injury Attorneys fight for you and get you the benefits you need.
Social Security has very specific guidelines to determine eligibility. Eliciting the right information from your doctor is often crucial to winning a Social Security claim. It is often necessary to have a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge in order to obtain benefits. Our experienced and qualified attorneys are ready to fight for your rights.
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When you or a loved one has been refused social security payments, call Montlick.
SEE IF YOU QUALIFY
Do you have a case?
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The Expertise You Need
For 40 years, our firm has recovered billions of dollars for our clients in personal injury cases. We are invested in every case we take, big or small. We’ll fight just as hard for you as we have our past clients.
The Compassion You Deserve
At Montlick, we understand how severely an accident can impact your life, permanently. Our attorneys will treat your case like it was their own, working hard to earn you maximum compensation.
Montlick Attorneys Are:
Nationwide Social Security Disability Benefits Lawyers
We Fight for What's Right, Not What's Easy
Disability, according to the Social Security Administration, is the inability to engage in any substantial gainful activity due to any physical or mental impairment(s) which are medically determinable and expected to last for a period of not less than 12 months. In order to collect Social Security Disability benefits a person must:
- Be incapable of engaging in substantially gainful employment
- Have earned wages and paid into the Social Security system in at least 20 of the last 40 quarters
The payment amount you are eligible for is based on your income while you could work. You may receive a yearly cost of living adjustment depending upon how long you collect Social Security Disability benefits. Eligibility for the benefits ceases if your condition improves and you are able to return to substantial gainful activity. However, if you return to work in spite of a disabling condition, you should notify the Social Security Administration as it may be possible to continue receiving benefits.
You can receive Social Security disability benefits until you turn 65. At that time, your disability benefits automatically convert to retirement benefits, but the amount stays the same. After 65 you cannot draw additional benefits due to disability.
Eligibility and Similar Programs
Other programs exist that are similar to social security, like Supplemental Security Income (SSI). SSI is financed through the general tax revenues and not through Social Security trust funds. SSI disability benefits are paid to:
- People who have a disability
- People who have limited income and financial resources
If your Social Security benefit amount is low, you may be able to apply for SSI as well.
You May Be Entitled to Benefits
If you can’t work due to a disability, you may be entitled to benefits. Contact the professional at Montlick Law to find out what your options are. No matter where you are, we are just a phone call or message away.
Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is a program that workers, employers, and the self-employed pay for with their Social Security Taxes. These benefits are based on your work history and the amount of your benefits is based on earnings over your lifetime. The amount of your SSDI benefit is determined by the Social Security Administration and is determined by:
- Your covered earnings
- Your age
- The date you became disabled
If you become eligible for SSDI, Social Security will automatically enroll you in Medicare after you get Social Security disability benefits for 2 years, beginning the month you are entitled to receive disability benefits as opposed to when you receive your first check.
We Fight Hard to Get Our Clients the Social Security Benefits They Deserve
We believe in justice, which is why our Montlick attorneys work hard to get you the maximum social security benefits owed to you. If you think you may have been wronged and that you should be getting more social security than you are now, call us for a consultation at 1-800-LAW-NEED.