Social Security Disability Insurance for People with Limited Work HistoryApply for SSI

If you suffer from a disability but either have never worked or have a limited work history, you may not be eligible for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) but still may be eligible for Supplemental Security Income (SSI).  SSI is the general program that is commonly referred to as Social Security.  This program is designed to help the retired (age 65 or over), the blind and the disabled who have little or no income. 

SSI provides the disabled with income necessary to meet the basic needs of food, clothing and shelter.  Filing for SSI benefits, like filing for SSDI (Social Security Disability Income) benefits, is a long, complex process.  A large number of people who apply for benefits are denied initially for a variety of reasons such as forms not being filled out properly and deadlines missed.  Interpreting the guidelines of the program can be difficult.  The Cochran Firm Disability Lawyer's Supplemental Security Income attorneys can review the qualifications and restrictions in detail to help you find out if you meet the eligibility requirements of either program. Fill out the form on this page to request an SSI lawyer to review your claim. The review is FREE.


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