The Law Offices of Dr. Bill LaTour focus on Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) law. We help individual clients file SSDI and SSI claims, or appeal their denial of benefits by the Social Security Administration. We accept clients throughout Southern California.
Our practice encompasses medical knowledge as well as Social Security law. Attorney LaTour is a licensed clinical psychologist, having obtained a Ph.D. in clinical psychology in 1989 from the California School of Professional Psychology. We understand the physical and mental requirements for SSDI and SSI cases. Let us put our combination of legal and medical knowledge to work for you.
We help California residents deal with Social Security from our offices throughout Southern California.
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Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits provide financial support to individuals whose physical or mental limitations prevent them from working. You must be totally disabled for 12 months or more to qualify for SSDI benefits. The federal government considers you to be “disabled” and entitled to SSDI benefits if: You …
The Law Offices of Dr. Bill LaTour focus on Supplemental Security Income [SSI] disability law. We assist clients throughout Southern California with their SSI applications and appeals. SSI provides benefits to individuals who have a limited work history and are suffering from a mental or physical disability. SSI benefits are also available to individuals age 65 or older …
Attorney Bill LaTour has the know-how to guide claimants through this legal maze and at the same time provides a unique added value: As a former clinical psychologist, he is professionally qualified to assess and analyze the frequent emotional aspects that accompany the Social Security/SSI claim process. The process of winning a Social Security …
Although you can file an initial claim on your own and represent yourself throughout the claim process, it’s advisable to consult with an attorney as soon as possible after you think you have a Social Security Disability or SSI claim.
To qualify for and receive SSDI and/or SSI benefits, you must have physical or mental health conditions (or a combination of conditions) severe enough that you are unable to work in any paying job for at least 12 months.