Social Security Disability Benefits Lawyers

What Disability Benefits Am I Eligible For?

When you can't work to support yourself or your family, fighting for the monthly income and past-due benefits you'll receive if your claim for Social Security Disability (SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits is approved may seem like more than you can handle. If that's the case for you, you're not alone. In fact, many people feel the exact same way. Don't give up.

At Midwest Disability, we can assess your claim. More importantly, the limited focus we have on disability claims combined with more than 50 years of combined experience means that we can help you navigate the claims process efficiently while providing the meaningful personal attention we believe you also have a right to expect.

As important as Social Security Disability's financial benefit is, our lawyers can explain the numerous other valuable benefits that you may receive.

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For instance, SSD recipients qualify for Medicare benefits approximately 29 months after their onset date (the date the SSA says the disability started). SSI, by contrast, provides recipients with immediate health insurance coverage through Medicaid. Other benefits include programs that allow you to try to go back to work without risking your benefits, free vocational rehabilitation or job retraining services, and benefits for family members, including spouses, children and even former spouses in some cases (based on your work history).

Midwest Disability works for you.

Midwest Disability provides a full range of services on behalf of people seeking Social Security Disability benefits — preparing initial applications, protecting our clients' interests in administrative hearings, handling appeals in the federal court system, including before the United States Supreme Court, and everything in between.

Contact us online or call our offices directly at 888-351-0427 for a free case evaluation and consultation with one of our attorneys. All cases are taken on contingency, meaning there are no fees unless and until we recover benefits.