Find out for FREE if you qualify for SSI
You’re struggling with bad health. You’re worried about paying for housing and transportation, or putting food on the table. You know it’s impossible for you to work.
But to win Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits and gain a measure of financial stability, the Social Security Administration wants you to prove it.
The Social Security Administration is a massive government agency with thousands of rules. Most people get turned down when they first apply. But at Nash Disability Law, we know Chicagoland people are tough and full of grit and determination.
With some law firms, you won’t see a lawyer until minutes before you have a hearing with a judge. Terrible idea.
We take the time to sit with you in person – or consult with you on the phone – to build your best case for benefits.
What is the SSI definition of disability?
To win SSI benefits, you must meet Social Security’s definition of disability:
- You must have a physical or mental impairment that leaves you unable to work;
- Your medical condition must be expected to leave you unable to work for a year.