The program names look the same, but there is a great deal of difference between Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI).
Our attorneys work hard to ensure clients receive...more
The Internal Revenue Service and Social Security Administration have announced cost-of-living adjustments to the dollar limits on contributions made to, and benefits under, tax-favored retirement and benefits plans, and other...more
New Jersey’s monthly bill for Social Security payments is reported to be about $260 million. With 4% of its population receiving SSD payments, New Jersey is roughly midway in the table of states providing SSD payments to its...more
As a result of receiving a so-called “no match letter” from the Social Security Administration, or through other means, employers occasionally learn that the Social Security number stated by an employee during the hiring...more
You've worked hard. You've paid into Social Security. But now you're injured and you need benefits. What do you do if your application is denied? The first thing you need to realize is that most Social Security Disability...more
This is a question we receive quite frequently. The Social Security Administration does not require you to have an attorney represent you. In fact, you can represent yourself. However, many claimants find using an attorney to...more