FREE US Disability Claim Evaluation Service
Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is a Federal income supplement
program funded by general tax revenues (not the Social Security System or
Social Security taxes):
* It is designed to help aged, blind,
and disabled people, who have
little or no income; and
* It provides cash to meet basic
needs for food, clothing, and
You can apply for SSI benefits:
With an appointment, an SSA representative will help you apply for SSI Disability benefits. You can make an appointment to apply for benefits on the telephone or in person at your local Social Security office.
* You can have someone else call
and make the appointment for you
or assist you with your application
for SSI benefits.
* You can visit your local office to
apply without making an
appointment, but you may have to
You will have to provide information and work with them to get documents concerning SSI eligibility.
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Get a Free, No Obligation Evaluation today. Just fill in the form below and an attorney or advocate from your area will contact you to give you a free evaluation. Find out if you qualify for disability and what you need to get approved quickly.
All Social Security information was obtained by the SSA. This site is not affiliated with or endorsed by the SSA. We have made this site available to disabled Americans of the United States in order to make available to them the legal council and representation of an attorney or advocate. The information that is submitted in the form above is for a 100% FREE disability evaluation and comes with no obligations. By getting the help of legal council, social security attorneys or advocates, you may improve your chances of getting approved for disability benefits, get approved faster and possibly increase the amount you are awarded, all with no out-of-pocket expense to you.
We Can Help If You Meet These Requirements:
You are Not receiving Disability Benefits
You are Not working due to your disability
You have seen a doctor about your disability
You are Not working with an Attorney/Advocate