Even after an individual is approved for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) payments, individuals must continue to provide the Social Security Administration with relevant updates. Our office meets with every client following an approval for benefits and reviews the decision for accuracy. We inform our clients of information they must provide to the Social Security Administration in the future, and discuss the medical review process.
Our attorneys believe that it is important that our clients are well informed about any continuing reporting requirements of the Social Security Administration and that our clients know what problems may arise in the future.
The following articles provide information relevant to individuals that have already been approved for Social Security Disability Insurance and/or Supplemental Security Income payments.
- Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Releases 2010 Medicare Fact Sheet and Part B Premium Increase
- Social Security Administration Officially Announces No COLA for 2010 and Publishes 2010 Fact Sheet
- Don’t lose Medicaid Because of the Receipt of Social Security Disability Insurance Benefits
If you are not currently being represented for your Social Security Disability/SSI claim and decide that you want the assistance of an attorney, please call our office at (302)613-0707 to schedule a free initial consultation, or use our contact form to request additional information. We help individuals in Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania and New Jersey obtain Social Security Disability Benefits.
If you are applying for Social Security Disability Insurance/SSI or have been denied benefits, you can meet with one of our attorneys to discuss assistance with your disability claim. Our lawyers limit their practice to Social Security Disability claims and our staff is knowledgeable in the requirements of all the Social Security disability programs. We offer our assistance at any level of the Social Security Disability/SSI process if our attorneys determine that you qualify for our legal representation.