In certain situations, you might quality for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Social Security Disability (SSD), but it can be confusing to file for both. In this case, you need to file a concurrent disability claim to get the full benefits you deserve. If your prior earnings have not been substantial and the amounts you receive under Disability Insurance Benefit are low, then Supplemental Security Income may increase your benefit.
Utah Disability, P.C. helps you navigate the legal steps of applying for concurrent disability benefits. Our disability lawyers work as a team to get the benefits you’re entitled.
Concurrent disability claims can be complicated, which is why it’s important to have an experienced disability lawyer in your corner. We can help you file your claim correctly and increase your chances of receiving compensation. Call now to set up a consultation so that we can: