The Difference Between SSI And SSDI
The largest difference between Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is that SSI is intended for low-income people, while SSDI is based on a person’s work history.
SSI is funded by general tax revenues, not Social Security taxes. SSI was created to make eligibility for federal benefits uniform across all states.
Experienced In SSI And SSDI Claims
Shawn Taylor, PLLC, located in Charleston, West Virginia, handles appeals for both SSDI and SSI. All too often, we see people who are not aware they may be eligible for both types of benefits give up on their claim or fail to get the benefits they deserve under the law.
A former municipal judge, attorney Shawn Taylor focuses exclusively on Social Security law. His unique background and experience mean you can rest assured your case is in good hands.
Do Not Give Up After An Initial Rejection
Most initial SSDI claims are rejected. Just because you receive an initial rejection to either SSDI or SSI does not mean you are not eligible to receive benefits. By working with a Social Security lawyer who has handled thousands of SSDI and SSI claims, you can put your claim in the best possible position to succeed.
Call Anytime To Schedule A Free Consultation
We are available by phone 24/7, so feel free to call immediately to get started on either your SSI or SSDI claim. From our office in Charleston, West Virginia we represent clients throughout Appalachia. Call 304-932-4619 or email us today.