Supplemental Security Income (SSI)

Social Security Disability Insurance is a component of the Social Security system that pays benefits to people who have been able to work and contribute into the disability insurance fund. SSI benefits are reserved for people who have not been able to work or have not worked long enough to qualify for SSDI.

If you or a loved one in your family is seeking benefits under the SSI system, a qualified, experienced Social Security attorney is your best option for an approved claim. SSI is not like an insurance policy.

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I am attorney Pamela Levine. I have been helping people receive Social Security benefits for two decades. I offer compassionate, responsive service and truly care about helping you get the benefits you need and that your family needs. Levine Law, LLC, is ready to start helping you today.

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This is a partial list of medical conditions that may allow you to qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance or Supplemental Security Income:

Do You Qualify? Talk to an Experienced Social Security Disability Lawyer to Find Out.

To qualify for benefits, you must have a condition that lasts or is expected to last for at least a year. But don't wait to begin the filing process. Even if you are newly diagnosed with an injury or medical condition, it is important to begin the claim process right away.

There is a full range of medical conditions that may qualify you for Supplemental Security Income.

Contact me for a free consultation about your SSI claim right away.