Amick, Stevens & Gadness

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Amick, Stevens & Gadness

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A Family, divorce and Social Security Disability Law Firm

Experienced Attorneys Helping Families Through Difficult Times
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Do You Deserve Supplemental Security Income?

If mental illness or a physical disability prevent you from working now, but you have not worked enough to qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits may be available to you. To find out more, consult one of our experienced Plano Supplemental Security Income attorneys.

At Amick, Stevens & Gadness, our attorneys are dedicated to providing outstanding service and winning results to individuals who rely on SSI. If you need assistance fighting a denied claim or filing an initial claim for benefits, call us at 214-473-8383 to schedule a reduced-rate consultation.

We accept SSDI and SSI cases throughout the entire state of Texas.

Seek The Compensation You Need With The Help Of Our Lawyers

Social Security benefits are not available to everyone, but that does not mean that your needs cannot be met. SSI may be available to you rather than Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) in the following circumstances:

  • You are a stay-at-home spouse or parent.
  • You do not have a sufficient work history.
  • You have been unable to work because of medical problems.
  • You are in need of financial support and health care due to your disability and your contribution to SSDI is insufficient for benefits.
  • You need benefits for a child.

Our experienced attorneys offer advocacy on behalf of individuals who are unable to hold down a job for disability-related reasons. We represent individuals regardless of their disability and will fight from the first application to the last appeal to get them the compensation required to get the care they need.

You may be eligible for both SSI and SSDI benefits if you have an eligible work history, limited income and resources.

What Is Supplemental Security Income, And Who Is Eligible?

Supplemental Security Income is a program administered by the Social Security Administration (SSA). The SSI program is available under certain conditions for applicants who are otherwise ineligible for Social Security benefits. SSI is available to U.S. residents who are:

  • Blind
  • Disabled
  • Over the age of 65
  • Blind or disabled children

At Amick, Stevens & Gadness, we have the detailed knowledge to answer questions about any part of the Social Security process. We understand your frustration at being denied benefits after paying into the system for so long. Your goal is to settle the matter of SSI payments as quickly as possible, and our experienced attorneys will do just that.

Serving Clients In Plano And Throughout The Area

Contact us online or call 214-473-8383 to schedule a reduced-rate consultation about Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Insurance benefits. We offer a complimentary initial consultation, and we will not charge you a fee unless we win your case.

Here is our Social Security form that you can fill out and print off for your appointment.

We are available to meet with you at our office, or we can handle your case by phone and email if you have difficulty leaving your residence.

Our Practice Areas

Family and
Divorce Law

Social Security
Disability Law