Social Security Tulsa
If you’ve recently applied for social security benefits, brace yourself for a tedious and time-consuming application process that could test your patience. Unfortunately, the harsh truth is that the Social Security Administration (SSA) often denies first-time SSI applications, but don’t lose hope! The Social Security Law Center has your back, with a team of disability attorneys who can guide you through the process.
If you’re in Tulsa or nearby and seeking Supplemental Security Income (SSI), we’ll fight tooth and nail for you. From submitting the application to handling any necessary administrative hearings or appeals, we’ll be there with you every step of the way. You can count on us to provide unwavering support and advocacy.
Administration and Eligibility for SSI Benefits
Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits eligibility is determined by the Social Security Administration (SSA) based on your age, disability, and income. Applicants must have little monthly income and few assets to be eligible.
The amount an applicant may receive will depend on their income. SSA regularly monitors the program to ensure that beneficiaries continue to qualify for benefits.
Your Companion and Advisor at Every Step
For decades now, our legal services have been a lifeline for countless folks in Tulsa who need help applying for SSI benefits. We pride ourselves on being responsive to your needs and working tirelessly to ensure your claim is approved. We know that applying for SSI can be a daunting process, and you’ll likely face hurdles along the way. However, with our team of lawyers at your side, you can be sure you’ll get the support you need. We promise to give you our full attention and fight for your case every step of the way.
Here’s what we’ll handle:
- The initial SSI applications
- Administrative hearings
- SSI denial appeals
- Getting the required documents, including your medical data
- Liaising with the Social Security Administration (SSA)
Our legal experts are committed to making the processing of your SSI claim as smooth and speedy as possible. We understand that time is of the essence, and we’ll pull out all the stops to increase your chances of approval.
What Constitutes a Disability?
By law, a person is considered disabled if they have a physical or mental condition that significantly limits their daily activities for at least a year or indefinitely. If your medical condition puts you at risk of losing your life or if it’s expected to last for over a year and prevents you from working, you’re considered incapacitated. For example, if you lose your sight, you could be eligible for Social Security payments.
At the Social Security Law Center, our attorneys are dedicated to helping our clients get their claims approved as soon as possible. We’ll work tirelessly on your behalf, using all of our legal experience to make sure you receive the benefits you’re entitled to.
Contact Us Today
At the Social Security Law Center, our lawyers are passionate about helping you get the maximum possible SSI benefits. If you’re not sure whether your condition qualifies as a disability, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us.