Columbus Ohio SSI-SSD-SSDI Attorneys

The Columbus Ohio Social Security Disability Attorneys at Jack’s Law Office are located Columbus, Dublin, Delaware and Granville Ohio. If you have been denied (SSD) Social Security Disability or (SSI) Supplemental Security Income and you need an Attorney. Please call now to speak directly to an attorney (614)-888-3124  and get the results you deserve. We don’t get paid until you win your case. Our attorneys have over 25 years experience helping people like you win the benefits they deserve.

Jack’s Law Office serves the entire state of Ohio on all Social Security related cases. All consultations are free and we get no fee until we win your case. Call today to set an appointment!

Definition of Disability

For all individuals applying for disability benefits under title II, and for adults applying under title XVI, the definition of disability is the same. The law defines disability as the inability to engage in any substantial gainful activity (SGA) by reason of any medically determinable physical or mental impairment(s) which can be expected to result in death or which has lasted or can be expected to last for a continuous period of not less than 12 months.

Supplemental Security Income Program (SSI)

The SSI program makes cash assistance payments to aged, blind, and disabled persons (including children) who have limited income and resources. The Federal Government funds SSI from general tax revenues. Many states pay a supplemental benefit to persons in addition to their Federal benefits. Some of these states have made arrangements with us to combine their supplemental payment with our Federal SSI payment into one monthly check to you. Other states manage their own programs and make their payments separately. Title XVI of the Social Security Act authorizes SSI benefits.

What is SSDI?

Social Security Disability Insurance Program (SSDI)

SSDI provides benefits to disabled or blind persons who are “insured” by workers’ contributions to the Social Security trust fund. These contributions are based on your earnings (or those of your spouse or parents) as required by the Federal Insurance Contributions Act (FICA). Title II of the Social Security Act authorizes SSDI benefits. Your dependents may also be eligible for benefits from your earnings record.