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Understanding Social Security Disability Laws

Many people do not realize that the Social Security system provides help for citizens who cannot work or need assistance. Hill & Ponton, P.A. has worked with over 25,000 individuals in helping them get assistance from the Social Security Administration. Our firm can help you with the following benefit programs:

Available Benefits

There are several benefits programs that are part of the Social Security Administration. Learn more about the programs listed below.

Regular Disability Benefits (DIB)

Supplemental Security Income (SSI)

Widow/Widowers Disability benefits

Disabled Adult Child benefits (DAC)

Blind benefits

Why Use a Social Security Lawyer

You don’t have to use social security lawyers to file and pursue a claim for benefits. However, the Social Security Administration’s own statistics show that claimants who use a lawyer are far more successful in winning their claims than those who don’t. Learn more.

What to look for in a Social Security Disability Firm

If you are disabled and need social security benefits, you need the best representation available.  Hiring a representative to help you get these benefits is no place to cut corners. Learn more.


5 Important Things to Remember about your Claim

During our 25 years of experience, we’ve found that there are some important things to do when filing your social security disability claim. Learn more.

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"We can never insure 100 percent of the population against 100 percent of the hazards and vicissitudes of life, but we have tried to frame a law which will give some measure of protection to the average citizen and to his family against the loss of a job and against poverty-ridden old age."

-President Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1935