Eligibility for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits runs the full gamut. Even if you don't feel that you are eligible to take advantage of these benefits, it is important to ask a knowledgeable attorney. You might be eligible for benefits that you did not realize.
At the Law Offices of James F. Aspell, P.C., we encourage people to come to our office to learn more about SSDI benefits. If you are eligible, it is important to make the claim as soon as possible after you have been hurt. If you wait too long, you might fall into the realm of Supplemental Security Income, which entitles you to far less income. Contact an experienced Farmington SSDI attorney today.
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"I would rather you ask, and the answer is that you are not eligible, than have you simply not ask at all." - Attorney James F. Aspell
People usually think that they are not eligible to receive SSDI benefits — but they are. Whether you are young or elderly, you might be eligible for benefits based on physical or psychological disability. We have helped individuals explore the full gamut of the SSDI system for stroke, brain injury, mental retardation or paralysis. It simply does not matter if you are a child, adult, retired or just entering the workforce. An experienced attorney can guide you through the process answering your questions along the way.
As soon as you believe you are disabled from gainful employment, contact an attorney. You might be eligible for Social Security benefits even if you are still able to work. We just have to prove that your disability prevents you from holding substantially gainful employment — typically defined as less than $1,000 per month.
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Call our Connecticut law office at 860-513-2903 or send us a message online to set up your free initial consultation. Our offices are open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. We have free on-site parking with easy access off I-84