Comprehensive Care Through A Complex Process
When an injury or other traumatic event has left you physically or mentally disabled, Social Security Disability benefits can provide you and your family with crucial financial support. These benefits can replace lost wages due to your inability to work and can provide Medicare health coverage after you have recieved 24 months of disability benefits.
Applying for Social Security Disability benefits can be extremely complex. Only 18% of new applications are approved by the Social Security Administration, and having complete medical documentation of your disability is essential in both the initial application and later appeals processes. Social Security Disability attorney Kirk Thompson is respected for his ability to obtain and use this documentation to get his clients the assistance they urgently need. When you work with Kirk C. Thompson Law Office, P.A., you work with an attorney who is dedicated to helping individuals in and beyond the Twin Cities metro move forward from an injury or disability, and who has the skills and experience to successfully navigate the application process. Patient and compassionate, your well-being is his priority.
A Knowledgeable Advocate For Social Security Disability Applicants
Social Security Disability benefits fall into one of two categories, discussed below. If you believe you may be eligible for Social Security Disability benefits, contact Kirk C. Thompson Law Office, P.A., today. If you have suffered a workplace injury, you may also be able to file a workers’ compensation claim.
Mr. Thompson is prepared to meet with you personally to assess your situation and provide you with straightforward, sympathetic guidance. His office can assist you with your initial application and, if that application is denied, assist with any necessary appeals. Tenacious, tested and thorough, Mr. Thompson is a stalwart ally for his clients, firmly committed to securing the support he knows they deserve.
Title II Benefits: Social Security Disability Insurance
Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is, essentially, a form of government insurance that serves workers who have become disabled and who are therefore no longer able to work. To be ‘covered’ by SSDI, you must have paid Social Security payroll taxes for at least five of the last 10 years. The size of the SSDI payments you are eligible to receive is determined by the amount you previously paid in taxes. In order to qualify for SSDI, you must demonstrate that you suffer from a physical or mental disability that makes you unable to do full-time work for at least 12 months, or which is terminal.
Title XVI Benefits: Supplemental Security Income
Supplemental Security Income (SSI) provides support for disabled individuals who have not met the tax contribution level required for ‘coverage’ under Social Security Disability Insurance. Those eligible for SSI payments include low-income adults, children under the age of 18, and the blind.
For Diligence And Determination In Disability Claims, Call Today
If your disability has impaired your ability to work, contact Kirk C. Thompson Law Office, P.A. Mr. Thompson can help you determine whether you are eligible for Social Security Disability benefits, and will work diligently to obtain adequate medical documentation of your disability. If your disability occurred due to a workplace injury, Mr. Thompson may also be able to assist you in pursuing a workers’ compensation claim.