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Supplemental Security Income is critical for New Jersians

Supplemental Security Income is critical for New Jersians

| Jul 10, 2015 | Supplemental Security Income (SSI) |

There are many people in New Jersey, and in the rest of the country, who have a limited income and resources because of a disability, blindness or advanced age. In certain cases, children from low-income families may also be eligible for Social Security Insurance (SSI) benefits. Such people are eligible for Supplemental Security Income (SSI), which is taken from federal funds that are managed by the Social Security Administration (SSA).

Newark residents who have considered applying for SSI benefits may know that plenty of information is available on the SSA website, as well as elsewhere on the Internet. But, even after studying those guidelines in detail, a number of questions remain unanswered. As a result, when these people apply for benefits, the SSA finds errors in the application and is forced to reject it.

However, if such people choose to retain a Social Security attorney, they may be able to manage the issues more easily because of their experience of dealing with SSI claimants, as well as the SSA. The attorney can see a number of complicated situations and come up with a solution. Legal expertise is particularly helpful in cases where the SSA has already denied a claim, and the applicant has filed an appeal with the SSA.

The attorneys at Abromson and Carey, Attorneys at Law, have handled many SSI claims filed by residents of Newark, New Jersey, and the surrounding areas. They understand the importance of such benefits for an individual or a family that is in the middle of financial stress, resulting either from disability, blindness or advanced age. Therefore, they make their best effort to obtain the benefits on their clients’ behalf.

For more information, a visit to Abromson and Carey’s webpage about SSI benefits should help. The information on that page provides further insights into the SSI claim and appeal process.