For more than 15 years, attorney Debra Venhaus has been focusing on helping eligible people with disabilities get the SSD and SSI disability benefits they need.
At the Law Office of Debra J. Venhaus, we have helped thousands of people obtain Social Security Disability Insurance ("SSD" or "SSDI") and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits. We have helped people with a wide variety of disabilities, including those that are difficult to prove, meet SSI and SSDI eligibility requirements.
If you are eligible, we can help you successfully apply for SSD benefits or appeal an SSD or SSI claim that has been denied. Contact us by e-mail, or call toll free at 888-480-7801 to schedule a free consultation.
What Are the SSDI and SSI Disability Requirements?
Both SSI and SSD requirements are complex and have nuances that can't be easily explained on a website. However, the basic SSDI and SSI disability requirement is that you have a physical impairment or a mental impairment that prevents you from working on a full-time basis for 12 months or longer.
You should also know that SSDI and SSI have other eligibility requirements including important criteria about your work history or financial status. To learn more about SSDI/SSI disability requirements or other eligibility rules, please feel free to contact us for a free consultation.
We Take Challenging Cases
At the Law Office of Debra J. Venhaus in Lynnwood, we have a reputation for being unafraid to take on challenging SSD and SSI cases. For a variety of reasons, people suffering from multiple sclerosis, heart problems, psychological disorders and many other disabilities are turned down for SSD/SSI benefits even though their condition in fact qualifies them for benefits under the SSI disability requirements.
Attorney Debra J. Venhaus is proud to serve clients with special issues and complex illnesses. Our entire firm is proud on the day when a client with a challenging case is finally awarded the SSD and SSI benefits he or she deserves. We know how important those benefits are to people unable to work.
You can get benefits based on these very real disabilities. We help people with many illnesses, just a few of which include:
- Multiple sclerosis
- Parkinson's disease
- Organic brain damage
- Traumatic brain injury
- Cardiological impairments (heart disorders)
- Back impairments
- Bipolar disorder
- Anxiety disorder
- Major clinical depression
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
Remember that this list includes just some of the illnesses that may qualify you for disability benefits.
Contact Our SSDI and SSD Eligibility Attorney Today
It costs you nothing to discuss your case with us. If we take your case, you pay no lawyer fees unless we help you receive SSD or SSI benefits. Contact us by e-mail or call toll free at 888-480-7801 to schedule a free consultation.