Colorado Springs Medicare Benefits Lawyers
Medicare, Dependent Benefits and SSDI
Did you know that if you have become eligible for and received 24 months of Social Security disability insurance (SSDI) benefits, you can also qualify for Medicare? Taking full advantage of your legal rights can be the key to maintaining financial stability in the face of a disability.
At Weddell & Haller, P.C., we have been helping clients with SSDI and Medicare questions for over 35 years. We will put our skill and experience to work for you, to help you get the benefits you need and deserve.
SSDI and Medicare
If you are disabled, you can become eligible for Medicare no matter how old you are. For disabled workers, it can be of great help to receive SSDI benefits as well as the benefits provided by Medicare enrollment.
For the purposes of determining eligibility for Medicare benefits, it is very important to establish a firm date of onset. Such legal details can be the difference between success and failure in the SSDI process, and our attorneys will work to ensure all of them are handled properly.
Of course, your disability does not only affect you. Your dependents feel the impact as well. If you are approved for SSDI benefits, your minor children may also be able to receive monthly benefits. These cases are determined on an individual basis, and sound legal guidance can be the determining factor in whether or not your dependents receive assistance.
Schedule Your Free Initial Consultation
If you are receiving Social Security disability benefits and have questions about qualifying for Medicare, we are here to help. Contact us today online or by telephone at 719-387-9866 to speak with a highly-qualified Colorado Springs and Southern Colorado, Colorado, SSDI lawyer. We offer free initial consultations and bill on a contingent fee basis — meaning you do not have to pay us unless we win your case.*
We make home and hospital visits upon request for those unable to travel to our office. Foreign language translation services available.
*Clients may be liable for costs.