Supplemental Security Income vs. Social Security Disability Benefits
There are various government-operated programs in place to help the disabled or financially less fortunate receive some sort of income to pay for bills and other expenses. Two of the most popular programs are Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income. Many people are unaware of the differences between the two, and they may not understand which one they are more qualified to receive.
If you are suffering from a disability or illness that is keeping you from working and earning a living, you need financial help. If you or a loved one has been denied Social Security disability benefits, a qualified attorney can fight for you. Contact the Indianapolis Social Security disability lawyers of the Hankey Law Office today at 317-634-8565 today to schedule a free consultation with a qualified attorney.
Social Security and Supplemental Security
Social Security disability benefits are benefits paid to those who are unable to work for at least a year or more because of an injury or sickness. In order to receive benefits after the onset of your ailment, you had to be previously paying Social Security taxes. In addition, you must be approved by the Social Security Administration to receive these payments.
Supplemental Security Income, on the other hand, is a part of Social Security that gives financial benefits every month to people that are retired, blind, or disabled in any other way. These are generally reserved for people with low income and who also qualify for Medicaid and food stamps.
Our team of legal representatives is ready to help you fight for the disability benefits you need to live. Do not hesitate to call the Indianapolis Social Security disability attorneys of the Hankey Law Office today at 317-634-8565.