Nebraska Social Security Disability Assistance
The primary function of Social Security Disability benefits is to provide injured or retired workers with a level of income that helps them maintain an acceptable quality of life.
Unfortunately, the applications of many eligible Nebraska workers are simply rejected due to minor documentation errors and other factors, which often discourages these applicants to the point that they simply give up the hope of obtaining benefits at all.
However, it doesn’t have to be that difficult.
With access to an established network of trusted law firms nationwide, we are able to provide assistance for SSD applicants to ensure that if they are eligible for benefits, their application will be completed and filed in the correct manner, thereby giving applicants the best possible chances of securing any benefits that they may be entitled to.
The U.S Social Security Administration has devised a framework of payment figures to suit the variety of workers that are eligible to receive these benefits.
The most common monthly payment figures include:
- $2,487.00 – for a widowed mother with two children
- $2,366.00 – for retiring workers aged 66 years or older
- $1,878.00 – for a worker that is disabled with a spouse and one or more children
- $1,320.00 – for retired workers
- $1,185.00 – for widows and widowers over 60 years of age
- $1,100.00 – for most disabled workers
It’s important to note that while these figures can vary from case to case, the amount is also slightly variable depending on your location.
How Can I Find Out If I’m Eligible?
With more than 10.5 MILLION workers currently receiving Social Security Disability payments, the Social Security Administration has very strict application and eligibility rules that must be met in order to receive these benefits.
By providing a bridge to a collection of Nebraska attorneys that have detailed experience in handling Social Security Disability applications in every state, we can help to take the stress and frustration out of applying for SSD benefits.
From the initial FREE case consultation to guiding applicants through the entire Social Security Disability application process, we can help to obtain you disability payments.
To learn more, simply fill out and submit the “Free Disability Evaluation” form located at the top of this page – it’s strictly confidential and 100% FREE.