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The Social Security Administration implements very strict standards when it comes to eligibility for receiving disability insurance. This explains why many people get denied for their claims. Generally as a rule, a person, according to the SSA, "must be unable to do any substantial gainful activity due to any medically determinable physical or mental impairment which can be expected to last for at least 12 months, or which can result to death. (Title XVI – Social Security Act)

People who receive only low-level income or are disabled regardless of any previous work experience may receive supplemental security income from SSA. This program can also be extended to young children under 18 years whose parents are also disabled or are earning little or no income at all. This program was first established as law by Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1935 under the Old Age Pension Act, which was first passed by the Congress to provide income for retired citizens Over the years, it has been amended to also cover disabled persons as well. Today, the act is now called the Social Security Act.

You make check with your local social security office if you can be entitled for supplemental security income. The SSA has its "Listing Level of Impairments" which outlines the rules for determining disability. If you live in Venice Beach and wanting to know more about eligibility for supplemental security, call our Venice Beach attorneys today for further legal assistance.

The law office of Mesriani & Associates can offer you legal counseling and representation at anytime during your process of filing your supplemental security income claim, or if you got denied from getting the benefits. Our Venice Beach attorneys have a deep understanding of the intricacies of the social security system and are compassionate with our client's needs. Don't hesitate to call us today and one of our Venice Beach attorneys will assist you right away.

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