You’ve got health problems that rob you of the ability to work and earn a living, and it sure does leave you needing help. You’re stretching to hang on to a normal life.
The Social Security Administration (SSA) provides two disability benefits programs that could help you calm the stress:
They’re both for people who cannot work much at all because of health impairments. Both come with monthly checks and access to health care services.
How do you know which one you’re eligible for?
The Tulsa Social Security Disability lawyers at Troutman & Troutman created this page to help you sort out the qualifications, work requirements, income limits and other factors that go into getting either SSI or SSDI.
Troutman & Troutman is an Oklahoma disability law firm that has helped over 10,000 people with the Social Security. We’re here to be a friend to you in a process that can feel unfriendly.
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Besides the requirements to get benefits in the first place, the difference between SSI vs. SSDI is also in the types and amounts of benefits you get.
Behind the scenes, another difference between SSI and SSDI is the source of their money. SSDI is funded through Social Security taxes that workers and employers pay. General tax revenue pays for SSI.
You don’t have to worry and wonder what approach to take to your Social Security Disability claim.
Troutman & Troutman disability lawyers can guide you through the options—and help you secure greater stability in the face of life-altering health problems.Contact Us Today! »
Your life has been disrupted by health problems. You’ve had to leave work. You’re worried about money. Social Security Disability benefits can provide relief, but they’re complicated. You’ve got a lot of questions. The Troutman & Troutman Tulsa disability lawyers have answers.SSD Questions & Answers »
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