An Experienced Social Security Disability Claims Attorney in Florida

In Florida, at the law offices of Berke Law Firm, P.A. our team directs its practice on cases involving disability applications for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI), or denials of either. With the extensive experience of Florida Social Security Disability Lawyers and their understanding of disability claims they help minimize frustration and improve applicants’ chances for attaining the benefits.

Proving Disability in an SSDI Claim

Proving Social Security Disability claims is a complex procedure that involves documenting effects of the disability, collecting medical records, obtaining physician opinions, and a lot more. In each case, the Social Security Administration (SSA) looks for specific evidence (depending on the disability claimed) to demonstrate eligibility for benefits. When applying for disability benefits, an experienced attorney like Social Security Disability Florida can make sure your application includes all the evidence the SSA is looking for, help you document your case, and significantly increase your chances for receiving the benefits that you deserve.

All You Need to Know about Social Security Disability claims and Disability Applications

  • Many people get confused by the differences between Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI). Social Security Lawyers in Florida tell you about the requisites and other key features about Social Security Disability Benefits. You need qualifying disability and work history with sufficient quarters of credited work to qualify as “Insured”. The resources and income which can impact the benefits awarded for Social security disability claims include only job-related income, worker’s compensation, and other federal disability benefits. However, there’s no limit on resources like savings, investment income, and gifts etc.
  • These benefits are available to insured workers, qualifying spouses and children of the disabled.
  • Disabled adult children of a disabled, deceased or retired parent if the disabled adult child’s disability commenced prior to age 22
  • Disabled widows and widowers between the ages of 50 and 60 and the disability commenced within seven years of the worker’s death
  • Disability Lawyers in Florida can offer you all the information about applying for Social Security Disability Claims, its available benefits, and the services we provide at our SSI disability lawyer’s law firm in Florida.