SSDI Lawyer In Lubbock

Based in Lubbock, the law firm of Becky D. Miller helps people throughout the area seek Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits. As a native Texan as well as a lawyer, Becky is the perfect choice to guide you through the process.

If you choose an impersonal, national firm to handle your case, you may be treated like a mere number. When you choose Becky to represent you, you will have the opportunity to speak with her personally. She will attend any hearings with you and give you the attention you deserve.

What Is SSDI?

SSDI is a government program that provides money to people who:

  • Have worked consistently and had FICA taxes (Social Security taxes) taken out of their paychecks
  • Are no longer able to work due to a physical or mental disability

If you were steadily employed for years before becoming disabled, you will likely be eligible for SSDI. Even if you do not qualify for SSDI, however, you may still be able to get Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits.

Will My Spouse's Income Affect My Benefits?

No, any money your spouse earns will not affect your SSDI benefits. Likewise, your assets do not count against you.

Will Working Part Time Affect My Benefits?

Yes, even if you are working only a few hours a week, it can affect your SSDI claim. Though you may not be completely disqualified for benefits, working part time shows the Social Security Administration that you are not totally disabled.

Becky is skilled in trial work periods, the Ticket to Work Program and other complicated aspects of Social Security Disability law. She can advise you about what to expect in your particular situation.

Get a free initial consultation by calling our SSDI attorney in Lubbock, Texas, at 806-799-1200 , or email our office.

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