With over 25 years of experience, Our social security attorney will help win your case!
Offering distinguished representation in the field of disability law, David M. Dick LPA is home to an adept team of disability attorneys, steadfast in their dedication to clients all across Ohio, including the Mansfield area. Our outstanding team excels at safeguarding our clients’ Social Security Disability (SSDI) benefits.
With a robust history expanding over three decades, our firm has been assisting individuals with disabilities and injuries, ensuring a thorough understanding of the nuanced procedures surrounding disability claims. This far-reaching experience underscores why David Dick LPA is a premier firm for individuals in Mansfield, Ohio, seeking assistance for SSDI or encountering disability claim denials.
Attorney David M. Dick, a highly regarded member of prominent organizations such as the National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives (NOSSCR) and the National Association of Disability Representatives (NADR), brings diverse experience of over a decade in handling disability claims for both children and adults. He is prepared to offer proficient representation in pursuit of your social security disability benefits.
Our dedicated team diligently aligns its efforts with your needs, meticulously collecting all vital medical records, recommendations from doctors, and evaluations that are fundamental for a prosperous case. With an in-depth understanding of Social Security Rules, Regulations, and Procedures, along with an intimate understanding of the needs of your medical providers, David Dick LPA provides unparalleled representation for your disability benefits in Mansfield, Ohio.
Choosing David M. Dick LPA as your legal counsel ensures that you have the best possible legal resources to navigate through your disability claims. Clients receive comprehensive support as they strive to attain the disability benefits they rightfully deserve.
Our core principle is providing the highest representation caliber. We have a dedicated team of professionals consistently working to dissect your case and comprehend all its nuances. As your trusted Social Security disability attorney, our legal team endorses this trust by continuously collaborating with you.
Contact us at (419) 525-0800 to discuss your case with one of our proficient legal team, who will evaluate the best course of action for your disability claim. We prioritize results, sparing no effort in providing the finest level of support for your case. Trust our commitment as a long-term disability attorney and SSI disability advocates to deliver the best possible outcome for your life-changing circumstances.
Experiencing a rejection when applying for Social Security disability benefits can be disheartening, especially considering the years of contributions to the system. But you’re not alone. Many applicants face this initial setback when applying for Social Security Disability Insurance and Supplemental Security Income.
Our proficient legal team is perfectly equipped to navigate you through your disability claim process in Ohio. We thoroughly analyze each claim, confirming that all necessary details are covered before leading the charge toward reapplication.
If the claim is unresolved, our experienced Social Security disability advocates are ready to take your case to court. Armed with significant trial experience and an impressive track record, our team is prepared to present your case compellingly. Each case we handle amplifies our commitment to comprehensive preparation and relentless diligence.
Court trials can be a complicated and drawn-out process. Engaging an established personal injury trial attorney becomes paramount, especially considering insurance firms have their in-house legal experts. In the negotiation process, you would need an experienced and assertive advocate in your corner, fighting for your deserved benefits.
We always bear in mind that what matters most are RESULTS. Hence, we ensure no fees are levied until we recover your compensation.
The Federal Government funds the Supplemental Security Income Program (SSI), which provides cash assistance to elderly, blind, and disabled individuals (including children) with limited income and resources. Many states present an additional benefit to these purposes in addition to federal benefits. Some states have even combined their contribution with the federal SSI payment into a monthly beneficiary check. Authorized by Title XVI of the Social Security Act, SSI benefits are a vital lifeline for many.
The SSDI (Social Security Disability Insurance) and SSI programs have overlapping concepts and terms. However, critical differences in rules, eligibility, and benefit payments exist. Understanding these differences has been crucial for many who may be eligible for benefits under both programs.
Source of payments
|Disability trust fund
|General tax revenues
Minimum Initial Qualification Requirements
Health Insurance Coverage Provided
|Medicare. Consists of hospital insurance (Part A), supplementary medical insurance (Part B), and Medicare Advantage (Part C). Voluntary prescription drug benefits (Part D) are also included. Title XVIII of the Social Security Act authorizes Medicare.
|Medicaid. Medicaid is a jointly funded, Federal-State health insurance program for low-income and needy individuals. It covers certain children, some or all of the aged, blind, and/or disabled in a State who are eligible to receive Federally assisted income maintenance payments. Title XIX of the Social Security Act authorizes Medicaid. The law gives the state options regarding eligibility under Medicaid.
How do we figure your monthly payment amount?
|We base your SSDI monthly payment amount on the worker’s lifetime average earnings covered by Social Security. We may reduce the amount if you receive Workers’ Compensation payments (including Black Lung payments) and/or public disability benefits, for example, certain state and civil service disability benefits. Other income or resources do not affect the payment amount. We usually adjust the monthly payment amount each year to account for cost-of-living changes. We can also pay SSDI monthly benefits to dependents on your record, such as minor children.
|To figure your payment amount, we start with the Federal Benefit Rate (FBR). In 2011, the FBR is $674 for a qualified individual and $1,011 for a qualified couple. We subtract your countable income from the FBR and then add your state supplement if any. We do not count all of the income that you have. The income amount left after we make all the allowable deductions is “countable income”. The sections on SSI employment supports explain some of the ways that we can exclude income. We usually adjust the FBR each year to account for cost-of-living changes.
Is a State Supplemental Payment provided?
|There is no State Supplemental payment with the SSDI program.
|Many states pay some persons who receive SSI an additional amount called a “state supplement”. The amounts and qualifications for these state supplements vary from state to state.