Pennsylvania SSDI & SSI FAQ
Answers to Your Questions About Social Security Disability
Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) are both federal benefit programs that provide financial support to people who are disabled and unable to work. The two programs have similarities and differences, and understanding these can help you get a clear picture of which applies to you, how to get benefits, and a host of other key topics that will ultimately affect your ability to provide for yourself and your family.
Here, we’ve included some frequently asked questions for your review:
- Can I Get Workers’ Compensation & SSDI Benefits?
- Do I Qualify for Benefits If I Have Another Source of Benefits?
- Can I Get SSI Benefits If I Get Retirement?
- Can Non-Citizens Get Disability Benefits?
- How Does the SSA Define “Disability”?
At Handler, Henning & Rosenberg LLC, we believe in helping people apply for SSDI and SSI benefits because these are long and complicated proceedings—and about two-thirds of initial applications are denied. The right lawyer can help you file your claim and get the benefits you need.
Please feel free to call our offices at
(888) 498-3023 to find out how we can assist you.
We’re always happy to offer our insight and guidance, and your consultation is free!