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Social Security Claims Attorneys in Maryland

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The Social Security Administration (SSA) is a federal agency that oversees various retirement and disability insurance plans for American workers who pay into the system through payroll deduction or direct payments over the course of their working lives. If an injured worker becomes disabled, he or she is generally able to apply for disability benefits until reaching retirement age.

Contact us online or call (301) 231-1737 to get started on your claim today.

How to File a Social Security Disability Claim in Maryland

When you are seeking to file a claim for Social Security Disability, there are a number of steps that you must take in order to have a successful outcome and receive compensation.

  • Step One: An extensive evaluation must be completed to determine whether or not you are eligible for benefits.
  • Step Two: Complete the paperwork required from the Social Security Administration
  • Step Three: Wait to receive confirmation that your claim has been approved.

If you would like assistance in filing your claim or if your claim is unjustly denied, contact a social security claim lawyer at Wilson & Parlett to help seek the compensation you deserve.

What is Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI)?

When you apply for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits, you are essentially asking the federal government to make good on the years of payments you have made into the disability system. If you have paid taxes on your income on a relatively consistent basis, then it is likely that you are eligible for this federally mandated disability insurance.

The Disability Determination Services (DDS) branch of the SSA is the decision-making body that determines whether an applicant has a qualifying disability for SSDI benefits. In a higher percentage of cases, however, the DDS denies the application. Hiring an experienced lawyer is a proven strategy for increasing your chances of getting your claim approved.

What is Supplemental Security Income (SSI)?

SSI is a federal benefits program set up to provide a subsistence income for people who have not been able to work and contribute to the SSDI program. In many cases, recipients of SSI benefits must demonstrate that a mental, emotional, or physical disability prevents them from participating in the workforce. There are also income requirements that must be addressed. If you are without assets and suffer from disabilities that prevent you from working, Supplemental Security Income may be the appropriate benefit for you to pursue.

Get Your Social Security Claim Approved with Our Help

From our offices in Upper Marlboro and Waldorf, Wilson & Parlett provides a range of services for individuals seeking benefits through the SSDI or the SSI programs. Our attorneys have extensive knowledge of the initial application as well as the appeals process for both programs. We handle hundreds of these claims each year and are always willing to assist with a viable claim.

Give us a call at (301) 231-1737 to schedule a free consultation and secure your benefits.

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