SSDI & SSI in Eastern Washington

Your Advocate For Navigating the Social Security Disability System in Washington State

Social Security Disability is a federal insurance program created by the United States government and managed by the Social Security Administration (SSA). It is funded by payroll taxes and provides income supplements to those who are no longer able to work as a result of a disability. Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is also a federal program funded by tax revenues and is intended to provide financial assistance to low-income individuals who need help affording food, clothing, and/or shelter.

Applying for SSDI or SSI benefits can be a challenging and complicated process, and it’s common for first-time applications to be denied. At Schott Law, our dedicated legal team is committed to working closely with each of our clients to determine their eligibility, prepare a successful application, and, if necessary, pursue an appeal. Whatever the specifics of your situation may be, we’re here to help you access your hard-earned benefits.

If you have a disability that prevents you from working, have a child with severe disabilities or have been struggling to get by on a low income, we can help.

SSDI

If you’re part of the American workforce and you become disabled, you may be entitled to file for SSDI benefits. We’ll guide you through the process of filing and appealing an SSDI claim.

SSI

Low-income individuals may be entitled to receive SSI benefits to assist with the costs of food, clothing, and housing. We’ll help to determine your eligibility and guide you through the process.

SSDI Appeals

If your SSDI or SSI claim is denied, we can help you pursue an appeal. We’ll help you gather the necessary documents and represent your voice in court to ensure you receive the benefits you deserve.

SSDI Denials

It’s common for first-time applications for SSDI benefits to be denied. We’ll asses your situation and advise you on how to proceed. If necessary, we’ll pursue a Social Security Disability appeal.