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Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Lawyer in Rhode Island

Audette, Cordeiro & Violette Are Committed to Helping Clients

Did you know that the majority of Supplemental Security Income claims are denied? The process of trying to obtain Supplemental Security Income (SSI) can be difficult and stressful. Because the majority of claims are denied, applicants are left to struggle financially as they are unable to earn an income due to disability.

At the law firm of Audette, Cordeiro & Violette our Rhode Island Supplemental Security Income attorneys are committed to helping clients navigate this complex government system in order to obtain the benefits to which they are entitled. Our lawyers have extensive experience addressing a wide range of issues in SSI claims, including physical, mental and developmental disabilities. We help individuals obtain an income on which to live, as well as Medicaid benefits to address their medical needs.

To discuss your SSI or workers' comp case with one of our knowledgeable attorneys in Rhode Island, call our office in Providence at (401) 371-9555.

What Is Supplemental Security Income (SSI)?

Not the same as Social Security Disability Income (or SSDI), Supplemental Security Income (SSI), is managed by the Rhode Island Department of Human Services and is designed to provide income assistance for individuals who are disabled, blind, or elderly and who lack income and financial resources. The SSI Program provides cash assistance for eligible individuals.

According to the Department of Human Services, monthly SSI Amounts distributed in Rhode Island include:

  • $39.92 for individuals living in their own household
  • $51.92 for those living in another’s household
  • $79.38 for couples living in their own household
  • $97.30 for couples living in another’s household
  • $20.00 for those in a Title XIX facility

The rules and regulations surrounding Supplemental Security Income in Rhode Island can be complicated and it is a good idea to consult an SSI lawyer who is familiar handling claims in the state you reside in.

The Legal Representation You Need for the Results You Deserve

When you work with our firm, you can expect to be given a high level of individual attention and responsive service. We will take the time to fully explain SSI laws and the process of obtaining benefits and are always prepared to address additional concerns as they arise. Whether your initial claim has already been denied, or if you have yet to submit a claim, our Rhode Island Supplemental Security Income lawyers are in a position to help. When you work with our firm, we will not charge a fee unless we help you obtain benefits.

For a free consultation with our Rhode Island SSI lawyer, call (401) 371-9555.

Our Case Results

We are proud to have obtained numerous settlements and jury verdicts on behalf of our clients. At Audette, Cordeiro & Violette, we truly care about you and your family. That’s why we strive to recover the maximum compensation you are owed. Throughout the process, you can rely on us to act as your trusted advocate and guide. Browse some of our firm’s notable case results to learn more about how we’ve helped other people like you.

  • $6,175,000 Traumatic Brain Injury
  • $5,000,000 Paralyzing Injury
  • $1,500,000 Worker's Compensation
  • $1,000,000, Medical Malpractice
  • $863,000 Back Injury
  • $700,000 Workers' Compensation
  • $700,000 Trench Collapse
  • $600,000 Workers’ Compensation Claim
  • $600,000 Discriminating Conduct & Harassment
  • $600,000 Medical Negligence

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