Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Conditional Payments
Adults and children who are disabled and have limited income and resources may receive benefits from the Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program. However, you will be denied for benefits if your income and resources are too high, even if your medical disorder is severe. Even if you have not paid enough in Social Security taxes, you will be turned down.
However, you may be able to qualify for conditional payments if you do not qualify for SSI benefits. This can happen if you meet Social Security Disability requirements, but your resources include non-liquid assets that cannot be sold for cash quickly. In this case, SSA will essentially give you a loan by issuing payments to you until you can convert your assets into cash to use as support. You must pay back the amount you received from the Social Security Administration, and you will not receive SSI at the end of the conditional payment period.
To increase your chances of winning your Social Security Disability claim it is important for you to hire an experienced Social Security Disability attorney to get you the Social Security Disability help you deserve. Please call us at 1-800-882-5500 or fill out a form on our website for a FREE claim evaluation.