Helping You Navigate Children’s SSI Claims
Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is a federal government program that provides financial benefits to people who are unable to work due to disabilities. Unlike its more well-known counterpart, Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), this is a strictly need-based program that does not require recipients to have worked and paid into the system.
Does Your Disabled Child Qualify For SSI? Get The Counsel You Need Now.
Across Ohio, many disabled children whose families have limited income and assets are eligible for SSI benefits. Not all Social Security Disability lawyers offer their services to these children and families, but at Philip J. Fulton Law Office in Columbus, we are absolutely prepared to advise you on eligibility or represent you effectively in your appeal of an unjust SSI claim denial. We offer a free consultation with no obligation to hire our firm.
Determined Pursuit Of SSI Disability Benefits For Children
It is important to know that initial claim denials are common in children’s SSI cases, just as they are for adults who worked before becoming disabled. The essence of succeeding with your claim is presenting conclusive evidence that:
- Your child has a qualifying physical or mental disability — ranging from asthma or a seizure disorder to a cognitive disability such as autism or bipolar disorder — that prevents him or her from being self-sufficient to the extent that other children are
- Your family’s income and assets fall within the strict limits held as standards by the Social Security Administration (SSA)
Our law firm is founded on integrity and compassion, and our track record of success extends across the spectrum of injured and disabled people across Ohio. When you turn to us for counsel, you can depend on personal attention to your case and treatment with compassion.
Call 866-552-6353 Or 866-552-6353 For Your Free Consultation
You do not have to be concerned about upfront legal fees when you turn to our law firm for counsel on a children’s SSI claim or any other concern. An experienced lawyer will carefully evaluate your case and offer clear guidance. You will pay no attorney fees unless we pursue your case and obtain compensation that benefits your disabled child and family.