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Social Security Disability

When you start the appeals process for a SSDI claim the process can be painstaking and time consuming, and can present major obstacles before you can hope to enjoy the benefits you deserve. The social security disability attorneys at Boyette, Cummins and Nailos are known for their reputation in helping disabled individuals who have been injured or suffered mental or physical illness and have been denied their rights to Social Security disability benefits. Our Disability attorneys will give you a free consultation by calling 855-LAW-2020 today.

Many of you have worked your entire lives, and due to the current condition, are unable to generate an income. Being denied the right to SSI stops you from having a decent income, and the result is a possible reduction in living standards. If you are denied disability benefits, contact one of our Clermont social security attorneys today. Call 855-LAW-2020 for the consultation.

The methods that the Social Security Administration employs in terms of filing and obtaining approval for disability insurance can be rather cumbersome to those seeking benefits. The Social Security attorneys and representatives the BCN Law Firm are experts in the representation of cases concerning the denial of Social Security disability insurance benefits and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) claims. Our familiarity and determination in obtaining a positive result for individuals who deserve to receive disability insurance benefits demonstrates our dedication and concern for the people.

The Social Security Administration, or SSA, supervises our country’s social insurance program, which includes disability, retirement, and survivors’ benefits. These three programs are made possible through mandatory contributions subtracted from the finances of employers, employees, and self-insured people. Our Orlando social security attorneys can guide you with the details.
“In 2009, nearly 51 million Americans received $650 billion in Social Security benefits”

How Social Security Works
While you are working, you pay taxes into the Social Security system, and when you retire or become disabled; you, your spouse and your dependent children receive monthly benefits that are based on your reported earnings. Also, your survivors can collect benefits in the event of your death.
The money you put into the Social Security system is not put into a personalized account with your name on it. Instead, the money you contribute is put into a massive trust for everyone and from this massive trust Social Security pays out all of its benefits.

At BCN Law Firm our attorneys will be there every step of the way to help you receive the benefits you deserve. We will ensure you receive the social security benefits you are entitled to. We help people with all types of disabilities including mental and neurological disorders and other medical conditions. Call or email our law office today to receive a free social security case evaluation from our experienced, professional attorneys.

Why Someone Can Be Denied SSDI Benefits:

Past Convictions: Convicts will not be able to apply for benefits if the problem happened during the application of a felony; the disability manifested while in a correction facility; they willfully orphaned or widowed themselves in order to get benefits; or if they have a parole violation.

Income is Too High: You may be denied Social Security benefits if your income is too high.

Disability traced to Drug and or Alcohol Dependence: If you have a drug or alcohol problem which is a contributing factor to the disability, benefits can be denied.

Fraud: The SSA can end your benefits if SSDI was obtained by lying on their application. This can result in a state against you!

Short-term Disability: The SSA must determine that the injury will affect you for at least a year or possibly be fatal. Blind citizens are the only exception.

Apply For Social Security Disability

Whether you have filed a social security claim or will file, we can help with the process. Our attorneys can help even if your claim has been denied. We will work with you no matter what your situation is and even assist in the initial filing of your claim in the state of Florida.
Appealing Social Security Claims
In the state of Florida, many of the initial claims for social security disability benefits are denied. If this happens to you, please contact the social security attorneys of Boyette, Cummins & Nailos, PLLC today. We will assist you in handling the confusing social security process and discuss your options. Call or email the law firm of Boyette, Cummins & Nailos today for your free consultation.
In most cases to be eligible for Social Security, you must have worked five out of the ten years before becoming disabled. However, even if you have not worked five out of the last ten years before becoming disabled, there may be exceptions that apply to you and may still qualify for Social Security benefits. At Boyette, Cummins & Nailos, our attorneys will be able to help you determine if you fit within the exceptions.

When to File Social Security Claims:
If you know you will be out of work for a long time due to your disability, do not wait to file a claim; file your Social Security Disability benefits claim immediately. You can file for Social Security disability benefits the same day that you become disabled. You will have to show proof that your disability will last at least 12 months. Call or email the law firm of Boyette, Cummins & Nailos, PLLC, today for a free consultation.

Social Security Disability Insurance
Social Security Disability
-Social security disability provides income and benefits to people who have worked and paid social security taxes in the past, but is now too disabled to gain income.
Supplemental Security Income
-Supplemental security income provides disabled individuals with income regardless of whether or not they have been employed in the past.

For both Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income, you must show that your disability will prevent you from gaining income or employment for at least one year.

The application process for Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income can be very difficult and long. The Social Security Disability Attorneys at Boyette, Cummins & Nailos, PLLC, will work with you and help you apply for the social security disability you need. Sometimes, legitimate claimants are denied social security disability because they fail to complete all the appropriate forms or provide convincing evidence of their disability.

If you are disabled and would like to apply for Disability or Supplemental Security Income in the state of Florida, call or email the law firm of Boyette, Cummins & Nailos today for a free consultation. Clermont SSDI attorneys on call.