For decades, Social Security disability has helped Americans
Terry Katz & Associates | September 21, 2016 | Last modified on October 17th, 2018 | Social Security Disability Benefits For Injuries
On August 14, 1935, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the Social Security Act, creating the Social Security Board. The agency got a name change to the Social Security Administration with the Reorganization Plan of 1946, establishing four program bureaus in 1965, This included a Disability Insurance program, established Supplemental Security Income or SSI in 1973 and became a fully independent agency in 1995.
Millions of Americans benefit due to the Social Security disability insurance programs available to injured or sick victims unable to work. One must apply to receive benefits, which can seem to be an overwhelming endeavor for someone already suffering from disabilities. At times like this, it may be wise to seek assistance from a law professional familiar with Social Security disability.
The law offices at Terry Katz & Associates, P.C. is here to help. Our firm assists clients throughout the tri-state area including New York City, New York state, New Jersey, Connecticut, and states nationwide. We have been serving the area for over twenty years, helping those in need obtain the compensation and Social Security disability benefits they require. We offer free initial consultations and take pride in our success rate, handling all cases on a contingency basis. This means we do not collect any money unless you receive your benefits.
The Social Security Administration was designed to help Americans by providing financial relief to those who cannot work due to injury, illness or mental condition. If you believe your condition qualifies for Social Security disability, do not delay; take the first step and learn what benefits are available to you and get started today. This could help protect your rights and interests.
Source: Social Security Administration, “Organizational History,” Accessed on Sept. 20, 2016