Disability Cases We Handle

DISABILITY LAWYERS HELPING YOU ACHIEVE SUCCESS

At Klain & Associates, our Social Security disability lawyers and advocates help disabled people all over the United States with SSI and SSDI claims. Whether you are considering filing for disability, you’re ready to fill out your initial application, you’ve been turned down for benefits, or you’re facing your ALJ hearing, our team will improve your chances of achieving success.

If your impairments prevent you from working or you need to secure disability benefits on behalf of a family member, contact us online or call 800-818-HELP (4357) for a free, no-obligation consultation.

Our attorneys and advocates handle a wide variety of disability cases and we work with people at all levels of the SSI and SSDI claims processes. We can help you with:

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    Social Security Disability Insurance Benefits (SSDI)

    If your disability prevents you from returning to work, you may qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance benefits. Also known as SSDI, this government program provides income to disabled people with qualifying work histories. Although SSDI is an entitlement that disabled workers like you have earned by working and paying FICA taxes over the years, the majority of claimants are denied benefits at the initial application stage, the reconsideration stage and the ALJ hearing stage. With an attorney or advocate on your side, however, your chances of approval improve significantly.
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    Children’s Disability Benefits

    Disabled children and the children of disabled workers may also be eligible for disability benefits through the Social Security Administration. SSI may be available to disabled children whose families have low income and limited financial resources. Additionally, children who have a parent who is receiving SSDI or who qualified for SSDI before death may be entitled to dependent benefits whether the child is disabled or not. If you are a parent, guardian, or representative of a child whom you believe may be eligible for disability benefits, reach out to our team. We can help you obtain SSI or SSDI on behalf of your child.
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    Supplemental Security Income Benefits (SSI)

    Supplemental Security Income provides financial assistance to disabled people with a demonstrated financial need who are unable to perform substantial gainful activity (SGA). If your disabling condition meets the Social Security Administration’s guidelines and you do not have the financial resources to provide for your basic needs, you may qualify for SSI. If you have worked over the past ten years, you may be able to qualify for both SSI and SSDI.
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    SSDI for Veterans

    Disabled veterans may be eligible for Social Security Disability Insurance benefits in addition to the benefits they receive through the Veteran’s Administration. If you receive disabled veteran benefits and SSDI at the same time, the benefit amounts from these programs do not affect each other. Qualifying for disability benefits through the VA, however, does not automatically qualify you for SSDI. These programs have different qualification criteria. To find out more about obtaining SSDI when you’re a disabled veteran, contact our team.
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    Appeals

    Since only about 30% of claims are approved at the initial application stage, most people who apply for SSDI or SSI will need to appeal adverse decisions. Whether you’re appealing a denial at the reconsideration level, through a hearing with an administrative law judge, through a review by the Appeals Council, or at the federal level, our attorneys and advocates can help.
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    What Our Clients Say

    "If you are hesitant in hiring this firm, don't be. They are wonderful. Very on top with everything. Couldn't ask for a better firm. They keep in communication about your case. They just super nice. They know what they are doing. Best all around. You will not be disappointed. Huge thank you to all."
    - ELIZABETH F.

    Let Us Guide You Through the Disability Claims Process

    No matter what stage you are at in the disability claims process, working with our experienced SSD attorneys and advocates can significantly improve your chances of receiving a favorable decision. For a free case evaluation and to find out more about the disability benefits programs that may be available to you, contact us online or call 800-818-HELP.

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    There are a number of disability programs and other services available that can help you achieve a more comfortable life.

    In addition to SSDI or SSI, Medicare, and access to Vocational Rehabilitation Services, you may be entitled to benefits through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), SSDI benefits payments for your minor children and spouse, educational assistance programs, and help getting back to work. To determine which benefits might be a fit for you, contact our disability attorneys today.