Social Security Disability in Hialeah, FL

Qualifications to receive SSDI and SSI benefits in Hialeah

Hialeah employees who have worked 5 of the last 10 years and paid Social Security taxes may be eligible to receive a monthly Social Security Disability benefit through the Social Security Disability Insurance program (SSDI). Social Security Disability Insurance in Hialeah is for disabled or blind individuals, under the age of 65, who have sufficient “work credits” which they have earned paying taxes and working jobs “covered” by Social Security.

Claimants may be considered disabled and qualify for SSDI in Hialeah if they have a severe mental or physical health condition. Their condition must be so severe that it is expected to last for 12 continuous months or is expected to result in their death.

Hialeah SSDI claimants may also receive Medicare coverage 24 months after the onset date of disability. Certain dependants of SSDI recipients may also be eligible to receive SSDI auxiliary benefits in Hialeah.

What if you have not worked or paid enough payroll taxes to be considered insured? The Federal Government offers wage assistance benefits through Supplemental Security Income (SSI) to the disabled, blind, or aged (65 years or older) who have limited income and resources and who are unable to work. Supplemental Security Income (SSI) claimants may also be eligible for Medicaid, in most states, at the time of their approval.

Get benefits you deserve with a Hialeah disability attorney

If you suddenly could not work, would your living standards be threatened seriously? Obviously, for those who have made a living working all their lives, their lifestyle is greatly dependant upon the income they make and their ability to do so. If you suddenly found yourself disabled without the ability to perform the normal functions of your job even with adaptive measures taken, would you be able to keep the lifestyle you are currently living? Many people are not readily prepared for the hardships that occur financially in the event of a disability that could be extremely lengthy or permanent. We often protect ourselves with a variety of insurances such as home insurance, automotive insurance, renters insurance, however rarely does anyone take out disability insurance.

For this reason the social security administration has what is called Social Security Disability Insurance, this is a federal government ran program that is based on the amount of FICA you have paid within the last 5 years of your 10 year working history specifically towards the event of a disability. Your Hialeah social security disability lawyer or advocate can help you with all aspects surrounding your disability claim from the initial application all the way through any appeals that are necessary (often they are as 80% of initial applications are denied because of lack of medical disability proof).

On a yearly basis, you will receive a form of estimation of annual benefits from the Social Security Administration, this outlines and summarizes each year you have been employed, the income you were paid and how much you paid into FICA each year. It will also have an amount that would be your estimated disability benefits on a monthly basis. This will give you a general idea of what you might receive each month if you were to become disabled, unable to work with sufficient gain, from a lengthy injury or illness.

Click here for a free evaluation and let us help you find a Hialeah disability lawyer or advocate that can help you get the social security disability benefits that you need and deserve. He or she will help through all processes from determining eligibility to making the first initial application. Your chosen Hialeah social security disability lawyer or advocate will know what you should and should not include with your application, as well as obtain the proper documentation that should accompany it, this will help in ensuring approval, of course it does not guarantee approval but will help you begin and allow your lawyer or advocate to know what further information may be needed.

By obtaining the services of a highly experienced and knowledgeable Hialeah disability lawyer, you will greatly decrease the risks of being denied and having to go through the lengthy process of appeals and hearings. This will result in less stress, aggravation, and worry for you and your family. Click here for your free evaluation and get started on the road to obtaining the social security benefits you deserve to keep living the quality of life you were used to prior to your disability. Along with excellent and professional lawyers and advocates in Hialeah we also can offer you services from Social Security Disability lawyers and advocates in the surrounding areas within Florida that include, Miami, Tamarac, Coral Springs, Palm Beach, and Fort Myers.

Claimants who would like to apply for either Supplemental Security Income or Social Security Disability benefits in Hialeah or any other city in the area including: Miami Springs, West Little River, Miami Lakes, Carol City, Scott Lake, North Miami or Pinewood can contact the Social Security Administration by:

  1. Visiting the Social Security Administration website at www.ssa.gov and completing an online disability application.
  2. Visiting a Hialeah Social Security Administration regional office. To find the closet site go to the Social Security Office Locator on our website, Social Security Online, at http://www.socialsecurity.gov/locator. Enter your postal ZIP code to get the address, telephone number, and directions to your local office.
  3. Call the Social Security Administration toll-free number, 1-800-772-1213, between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m., Monday through Friday.

The Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) for the Atlanta Region services the 8 southern states of Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee and Alabama. The ODAR office files all reconsideration requests, schedules Social Security Disability Hearing and handles all Appeal Council Reviews.

Social Security Administration
Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR),
Atlanta Federal Center, Suite 20T10,
61 Forsyth Street, S.W.,
Atlanta, Georgia 30303

Telephone: (404) 562-1182
Fax: (404) 562-1152

Each request for a Social Security Disability hearing is processed by one of the Social Security Administration’s 35 hearing offices and 1 satellite office. The address and phone number for the Miami, Florida, Social Security Administration Hearing office is listed below.

Social Security Administration
Office of Disability Adjudication and Review,
One Riverview Square,
333 S. Miami Avenue, 8th Floor,
Miami, FL 33130

Telephone: (866) 964- 5052
Fax: (305) 536- 4788

The Miami Regional ODAR Hearing Office services the following Social Security Administration Field Offices in Florida: Allapattah, Florida Keys, Hialeah, Key West, Little Havana, Little River, Miami Beach, Miami Central, Miami North, Miami South, Miami-Dade County, Monroe County, Perrine, and Jackson Memorial Site.

The Disability Determinations Service Office reviews claimant’s disability applications and medical records and determines if they are disabled. If a state agency is listed the State DDS agency may be involved in the initial or continuing disability determinations. Rehabilitation agencies in the state also may be involved with a disability claim from the training aspect. Disability Determination decisions are made in the following locations in Florida.

Department of Health,
Division of Disability Determinations,
P.O. Box 839001,
Miami, FL 33283


Social Security Administration,
6500 W 21 Court,
Hialeah, FL 33016

Telephone: 1-800-772-1213

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