Disability Benefits Law Center

710 N Plankinton Ave Ste 801
Milwaukee WI 53203
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  • Mon: 9am-5pm
  • Tue: 9am-5pm
  • Wed: 9am-5pm
  • Thu: 9am-5pm
  • Fri: 9am-5pm


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Our experienced professionals will see you through the disability process. If you're experiencing problems with your claim, our team can help. You pay no fees until your case is settled successfully. At Disability Benefits Law Center, we care about the representationyou receive. Disability coverage is an intricate process determined by a large legal entity. Learn the process with our team ofexperienced professionals. Our team takes great pride in serving Milwaukee, Waukesha, Racine, Ozaukee, and Washington Counties in the state of Wisconsin. Call today! The Social Security Administration (SSA) defines a disability as the inability to engage in substantial gainful activity (SGA) due to an impairment or combination of impairments. The condition(s) must last or be expected to last for at least 12 months. To be considered disabled, a person must establish that he / she cannot perform his / her past work and must establish an inability to perform other types of employment. The Social Security system provides benefits for the disabled under two separate but related programs: Social Security Disability Insurance (DIB) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI). Social Security Disability benefits (also called Disability Insurance Benefits or DIB) are for workers covered by the Social Security laws who have contributed quarters of coverage and have worked recently enough to be "insured" for disability benefits. The amount of the Social Security Disability benefits depends upon the person's contributions to the Social Security program. SSI benefits may be available for disabled persons who are financially needy. The benefits may be reduced where there are other sources of income to the disabled person. Additionally, a claimant must be resource eligible. This usually means that the applicant has less than $2,000.00 ($3,000.00 if married) in resources (e.g., savings, cash, assets that can be turned into cash, etc.).