How Much Can I Get In SSD Benefits?
When coming to our office to discuss Social Security Disability benefits, the first question most clients ask is how much can they receive. The short answer is that it depends on many factors.
For help maximizing your benefits, consulting with an attorney is an important step. At Philip J. Fulton Law Office, our attorneys can help you determine the SSD benefits that you may qualify for and if the government may take any deductions. From our office in Columbus, Ohio, we have helped countless clients claim the benefits they deserve. We can use our decades of experience and knowledge of the law to help you make a strong claim.
How The Government Determines How Much You Receive
The amount of SSD benefits you will receive depends on several factors, including how long you were working, your age and how much tax money you paid into the Social Security system. Additionally, you may lose benefits if:
- You are working part time
- You receive financial support from family (if you receive Supplemental Security Income)
- You live with family members (if receiving SSI benefits)
- You are receiving workers’ compensation benefits
Our lawyers can help you understand how much money you may be leaving on the table if any of the above situations apply to you. Disability benefits provide crucial support for buying food, paying for utilities and keeping a roof over your head. We understand how important it is that you receive all the benefits you qualify for.
Further, as an expert on Ohio’s workers’ compensation system, Philip J. Fulton Law Office can help maximize the amount of benefits you can receive from SSD and workers’ compensation. Ohio has a special agreement with the SSD process, so let our attorneys help you understand your rights.
For Help Understanding The SSD Process, Call Philip J. Fulton Law Office
Applying for SSD benefits can be a confusing process if you do not understand your legal rights. We are here to provide you with the guidance you need and deserve during a stressful time. Additionally, you will owe us no fees unless we recover benefits for you.