If you have been denied Social Security Disability Benefits, we have the Experience to help you win your case.
Downard & Associates, PLLC has help thousands of clients win their cases. Experience Matters! Attorney David Downard worked for the Social Security Administration for more than 11 years. Our attorneys have more than 50 years collective experience in Social Security Disability / SSI cases. We know the law. Contact us to find out how we can help you, or call now for a free consultation.
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Social Security Disability Law (SSI)
Disability is a condition judged to be a significant mental or physical impairment that is expected to last at least 12 months. The term is often used to refer to an individual’s functioning including physical impairments; sensory, cognitive and intellectual impairments; mental illness; and various types of chronic diseases.
Supplemental Security Income (or SSI) is a monthly disability benefit provided to aged (legally deemed to be 65 or older), blind, or disabled persons based on need, and paid by the United States Government. The same rules apply for SSI disability entitlement.
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