Social Security

If you are unable to work as a result of a disability, then you may be entitled to Social Security Disability (SSD) or Supplementary Security Income (SSI) benefits. Social Security provides income and health care to individuals who are physically or mentally unable to work.

If you are under the age of 65 and unable to work for twelve months or longer due to physical handicaps, serious illness or mental disorders, then you may be eligible to receive Social Security Disability benefits (SSD). In order to receive Social Security Disability benefits (SSD), you must have a sufficient work and earnings history. The attorneys at Praetorian Law can help you apply for Social Security Disability benefits. If you have applied for these benefits and your application has been denied, the attorneys at Praetorian Law can represent you during your appeal. Remember, if your application for benefits has been denied, you only have 60 days to file an appeal. If you do not file an appeal within 60 days, you could lose important rights and benefits.

If you are disabled but have not had the chance to work enough to qualify for Social Security Disability benefits (SSD), then you may be eligible to receive Supplementary Security Income benefits (SSI). These benefits are available to disabled individuals on the basis of financial need. If your disability renders you unable to work, you will be eligible for Supplemental Security Income benefits (SSI) if you meet Social Security's income and asset requirements. The attorneys at Praetorian Law can help you apply for these benefits. If your application has been denied, our attorneys can assist you in filing an appeal. Like claims for Social Security Disability benefits (SSD), you must appeal the denial of your claim for Supplemental Security Income benefits (SSI) within 60 days from the date your SSI claim is denied. If you do not file an appeal within 60 days, you could lose important rights and benefits.

The attorneys at Praetorian Law understand the devastating impact physical handicaps and mental disabilities have on your life. If you or loved one is in need of SSD or SSI benefits and would like to speak with an attorney, please call. We accept cases on a contingent-fee basis, meaning you will never pay a fee unless we are successful in obtaining you benefits.