Financial Help For Individuals With Disabilities Through The Supplemental Security Insurance Process

What Is SSI?

The Supplemental Security Insurance (SSI) program was created to provide for individuals who cannot provide for themselves. It is a federal program that supplements income for disabled persons who have little or no income.

If you need assistance filing for SSI benefits, turn to our attorneys.

Experienced Attorneys Here To Help You Every Step Of The Way

At Gillespie & Murphy, P.A., we help disabled individuals and their families who are located all throughout Eastern North Carolina apply for monetary benefits through the Supplemental Security Insurance program.

Our lawyers can offer guidance through the entire process including:

Filing The Initial Application

This process can be complex. We can help you avoid mistakes in the application and make sure the right supporting documents are provided.

Help With The Appeal

If you have already applied for benefits and received a letter from the Social Security Administration that indicates your claim has been denied, our attorneys can help you take the proper steps to appeal. We can apply for a request for reconsideration. Many claims are denied the first time and can easily be appealed.

Help Resubmit Necessary Medical Documentation

Many claims are denied because of insufficient medical documentation. Our attorneys will help you collect and submit the proper documentation to support your appeal.

Help At The Administrative Hearing

If your claim is still denied after reconsideration by the SSA, you can still request an administrative hearing to present additional evidence for your case. We can help represent you at the hearing, advocating for your need for SSI benefits.

Call Today. Free Consultations.

Contact us online or call 252-558-1374 to schedule a free consultation at our New Bern, Wilmington, Greenville or Jacksonville, North Carolina, offices. Our experienced lawyers are here to help you obtain the benefits you need.