Social Security benefits were developed to protect workers and their families from loss of income due to age, disability or death. Every person has the right to be represented by an attorney while pursuing a claim or other rights under titles II, XVI and XVIII of the Social Security Act.
Three types of Social Security benefits are available: retirement, survivor, and disability. Retirement benefits are based on age. You can take Social Security at the age of 62 at a reduced rate. The longer you can afford to wait, the higher your Social Security up until your full retirement age. Also, if you become disabled, you can file for Social Security Disability, and receive a higher rate, even if you are already receiving Social Security. Survivor benefits are paid to family members of deceased workers. Disability benefits are paid based on a worker’s inability to work for medical reasons.
If you feel that you might be entitled to receive social security benefits due to a disability or other circumstance, or you have a question or concern about your benefits, our firm is here to help.
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