Amount Of Monthly Benefits

The maximum amount of monthly SSDI payments one can receive in 2014 is $2,642. The amount one receives is calculated and based upon your average lifetime earnings prior to being disabled. How severe your disability is or how much income you have is not a determining factor. The Social Security Administration bases both your possible retirement and disability payments on the total income on which you have paid Social Security taxes. This number is known as covered earnings the Zendeh Del Law Firm, PLLC, has helped hundreds of clients apply for and receive the optimum recovery of benefits in Plano and the metropolitan area. Let us also help you.

Recovering Maximum SSD & SSDI Benefit

There are other benefits, such as workers’ compensation and state disability benefits, that could reduce your SSDI benefits proportionally. Collecting long term private insurance disability benefits does not reduce your payments from Social Security. Contact the experienced disability attorneys at the Zendeh Del Law Firm, PLLC, now. Our phones are always open to receive your call and arrange a convenient time to meet with you. If you cannot visit our offices, we offer telephone consultations. Under some circumstances, we may be able to visit you. Attempting to manage your own disability benefits claim is a grueling and complicated endeavor. Let the staff and attorneys at the Zendeh Del Law Firm, PLLC, show you how to maximize your recovery and maintain your eligibility for benefits. We have the successful track record and well-regarded reputation in the Plano legal community you should come to expect from your lawyers.

We are committed to serving their clients in the most professional, efficient, and effective manner possible. Contact us today and see for yourself why we are one of the top up-and-coming law firms in the Plano area.