SSI and Medicaid Benefits for Disabled Children
With Offices Close to You Throughout Northern and Central Alabama
Does your child suffer from a physical or mental condition that makes it difficult to learn or handle life's many challenges? If your child has a physical or mental condition that affects his or her well-being, you may be eligible to receive Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Medicaid benefits.
At Pitts & Zanaty, L.L.C., we offer experienced and dedicated representation to people in need. We have helped thousands of clients throughout Alabama seek and receive Social Security Disability Insurance and Supplemental Security Income. We also assist clients throughout Mississippi, Tennessee, Florida and Georgia.
If you need to speak to an attorney about your child, we have office locations conveniently located throughout Alabama. There is no charge for your initial consultation and we charge no fees unless you receive benefits. To speak with an attorney at our firm about SSI or Medicaid benefits for your child, contact us.
The Six Functional Domains in Child Disability Cases
In child disability cases, the Social Security Administration (SSA) considers six functional domains to determine SSI benefits eligibility. These domains include a child's ability to:
- Acquire and use information (e.g. school tasks)
- Attend to tasks and complete tasks (e.g. ability to focus)
- Interact and relate to others
- Move about and manipulate objects
- Care for themselves (e.g. food and hygiene)
- Remain healthy (do they suffer from a chronic illness)
Contact an SSI Lawyer at Pitts & Zanaty, L.L.C.
If you need help with a child disability case, we can help. To contact an attorney about SSI or Medicaid benefits for a sick or disabled child, contact Pitts & Zanaty, L.L.C. If you are unable to travel to one of our offices, we can also provide you with information through the mail.
No representation is made that the quality of the legal services to be performed is greater than the quality of legal services performed by other lawyers.