Receiving the maximum Social Security Disability/Supplemental Security Income (SSD/SSI) benefits is critical to your well-being. To get the SSD/SSI benefits you deserve, however, a lawyer's help may be necessary.
At Ryan Roach & Ryan, LLP, our experienced SSD/SSI attorneys know how to handle all aspects of Social Security Disability claims and Supplemental Security Income claims. We can help you apply for benefits, appeal a denied claim and get a hearing. Many claims simply do not have sufficient medical information and other evidence the Social Security Administration (SSA) needs to see to award your benefits. We will review your claim and determine what information is needed to support your claim or file an appeal.
Am I Eligible For Benefits?
We can help you determine which program you qualify for. SSD is for people who have worked enough years to earn Social Security work credits. SSI is for people who do not meet these SSD requirements. We can assess your claim and tell you which program is right for you.
The SSA awards benefits to people who have suffered an illness or injury and lack the residual functional capacity to do their previous job or a different job. We know how to prove your residual functional capacity to the SSA.
You may receive SSD/SSI for numerous disabling physical and mental conditions, including:
- Osteoarthritis or rheumatoid/inflammatory arthritis
- Kidney and liver disease
- Back injuries and spinal cord conditions
- Cardiovascular disease, heart attack and stroke
- Respiratory disease
- Neurological disorders, including seizures
- Gastrointestinal disorders
- Brain injuries
- Multiple sclerosis (MS)
- Depression and anxiety
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
We Can Answer Your Questions
To learn more or to set up a free initial consultation, please complete our online form or call (800) 901-2525.
The SSD/SSI department at Ryan Roach & Ryan, LLP, is managed by attorneys John D. Dunne and Jill M. Johnson. For a free consultation, please call our Kingston office at (800) 901-2525 today.