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Seasoned Guidance Through SSI Applications And Issues

Even though you are suffering from an illness or disability that prevents you from working, you may still be ineligible to receive Social Security Disability (SSDI) benefits. You may, however, qualify for another government benefits program called Supplemental Security Income (SSI).

To learn more about SSI benefits and the requirements, schedule a free consultation with me, attorney Michael J. Reno at my firm, Law Office of Michael J. Reno, P.C. Email me, or for immediate assistance, call me at 508-471-3046 or toll free at 866-935-0266. I can explain the system and how I can help you.

Supplemental Security Income Lawyer

Because I work one-on-one with you, I get to know you and your situation very well. I know you are not just a number. I am committed to serving your unique needs. In some cases, if you are disabled and unable to work, you may not qualify for SSDI benefits. Other times you might receive SSDI benefits, but the payments are insufficient to support your needs.

If SSDI is not a viable option, I can work to help you obtain Supplemental Security Income (SSI). To qualify for SSI benefits, you must meet the following criteria:

  • You must be considered disabled as defined by the Social Security Administration
  • You must be ineligible for SSDI benefits OR you receive less than $760 of monthly SSDI payments

As an attorney with significant experience with this process, I can evaluate your situation to determine if your medical condition meets the definition of a disability. If eligible, I can walk you through the SSI application process. I am committed to giving you confident, committed legal support and advocacy throughout the entire process.

Contact Me Today For A Free Consultation

If you are looking to work with a trusted and experienced lawyer, turn to the Law Office of Michael J. Reno. Contact me at my Worcester law firm at 508-471-3046 or toll free at 866-935-0266 to schedule a free consultation to learn more about the Supplemental Security Income benefits process.