Legal Help In Supplemental Security Income Claims
Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits are designed to help employees who have not worked for an extended amount of time, and who still have a disability that prevents them from working now.
If this describes your situation, you may be eligible for SSI in Pennsylvania.
Do you qualify for SSI benefits? Are you curious about SSI benefits? Has your SSI benefits application been denied? Are you seeking experienced representation for your appeal?
At DiLoreto, Cosentino & Bolinger P.C., we know Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income law, and we know how to work with SSI decision-makers to treat those in need — people just like you, with families just like yours.
We treat your supplemental and disability benefits goals with attentive service and respect. In turn, you receive our hard work and client commitment on a contingency fee basis: we must obtain benefits for you or you owe no attorney fee.
One of our skilled Pennsylvania lawyers can guide you through the SSI filing process, inform you of the legal definition of a disability for SSI purposes and advocate for your rights to benefits.
Attorneys Serving Pennsylvania Since 1982
DiLoreto, Cosentino & Bolinger P.C. will advise you on legal aspects of Supplemental Security Income benefits in areas such as:
- Medical condition and financial hardship requirements
- Application procedures
- Filing and appeals processes
- Reasons for denials of claims
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At DiLoreto, Cosentino & Bolinger P.C., our dedication to personal service extends to the contingency fee basis for our work — we collect no attorney fee unless we secure benefits for you — and maximum availability to our expertise throughout the legal process.
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