Social Security Disability Resources in Mobile and Baldwin County
The Fairhope disability benefits law office of Walton Law, LLC has compiled the following links and resources to help you navigate the voluminous amount of information available on the Social Security Administration website and hopefully direct you to the material that will be most helpful to you. If you have already filed an application for benefits and been turned down, call Walton Law at 251-455-5819 for a free case evaluation. You are under no obligation to use our services, and you will not be charged any fee unless and until we recover benefits in your case.
Social Security Administration (SSA) – Explore this website to learn everything you need to know about disability benefits, including how to apply for Social Security Disability (SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI). Other helpful pages and sections are indexed below:
- Disability FAQs – Get answers to questions about how to apply for benefits and the meaning of important terms such as “substantial gainful activity.”
- Disability Benefits Planner – Do you have enough work history to qualify for benefits? Answer the five questions here to find out.
- SSA Office Locator – Find the office closest to you.
- Application Checklist – What information do you need to gather and compile for your application? This checklist will tell you.
- Benefit Calculators – Use these calculators to get a quick rough figure or a precise estimate of your potential benefits, including retirement, disability, survivors benefits and more.
- Work Credits – What are they? Do you need to have them? How many do you need to qualify for benefits? Find out here.
- Medicare – Many disabled individuals eligible for SSD qualify for Medicare as well. Find a host of information here, or apply for Medicare online.
Medicare – This is the official U.S. government website for Medicare. If you are 65 or older, or if you are younger than 65 and disabled, you can qualify for Medicare insurance under Medicare Part A and Part B, which cover 80% of doctor and hospital visits.
Medicaid – Medicaid covers all approved medical care for disabled persons who qualify based on income level and other factors. Also see the Alabama Medicaid Agency, which administers the program at the state level.