Augusta Supplemental Security Income Lawyers

Are You Eligible for SSI Benefits?

Supplemental security income (SSI) benefits are available to disabled people regardless of how much has been paid into the Social Security system and regardless of how recently those payments have been made. Eligibility is limited based on assets. While a homeowner can get SSI benefits, that homeowner must live in the home and other assets must be minimal. Similarly, income must be minimal. Although the eligibility guidelines can be complex, our law firm can quickly help you determine whether you meet them.

You may be eligible for both SSI and Social Security disability (SSD). You can be confident that we can help you get whatever benefits you qualify for. We have been doing this for people like you in Georgia and South Carolina since 1991.

Help with all aspects of supplemental security income benefits

Attorney Stephen H. Hagler LLC provides personal attention throughout the supplemental security income process, from filing claims to taking the next step after denied claims. He knows how to help you get the benefits you need. He is also experienced in related matters, including long term disability, as well as Medicare and Medicaid. If any issues overlap with your supplemental security income claim, you can be certain that our firm can help.

Help regardless of your disability

We get results for people with all types of disabling diseases and injuries, including:

No charge unless we get resutls

All supplemental security income cases are handled on a contingency basis, which means we don't charge unless we get results. If we are successful, we will only ask for a percentage of the past due benefits you are entitled to. This percentage is set and capped by statute.

Free initial consultations

We are committed to making our services convenient. We are willing to come to you if you are not able to get to our office in Augusta, Georgia. To schedule a free consultation with our lawyer, call us at (706) 860-9060 or send us an e-mail.