How is my benefit amount calculated?

How is my benefit amount calculated?

Your benefit is directly related to what you have paid into the system. So when they calculate it, the administration uses a formula that is based upon your past wages and, again, your withholdings. So your benefit could be high or it could be low. It could be as high as $2,500 a month. So that’s why it’s so important that if you are really disabled, you pursue these benefits.

More Social Security Disability Videos

Related Videos

Social Security Disability

Social Security is a government program that allows people who are unable to work for 1 ...

Play Video

Disadvantages of Hiring a Non-Attorney Representative

Because Social Security Disability is an area of administrative law, it is acceptable to ...

Play Video

Why Hire a Social Security Disability Attorney?

An individual can file an application for disability benefits by going to any Social ...

Play Video

Contact a Reno Injury Attorney at Shook & Stone Today!

Our firm wants all injured victims to know that time is an important element in personal injury cases. Bringing your case to the attention of an experienced and determined attorney from our firm as soon as possible after your accident can make all the difference in the successful outcome of your case. This is why we choose to offer free case evaluations and work cases only on a conditional fee agreement. With absolutely no charges up front, we hope that injured residents will reach out for the qualified legal representation we can provide, regardless of any financial struggles they may be experiencing.

At Shook & Stone, you can be confident that our client-focused philosophy, experience, and extensive legal knowledge have been a proven recipe for success. Throughout the years, our attorneys have successfully utilized these tools to secure more than $100 million in compensation for clients since 1997. If you need to work with a firm that knows how to win, you need Shook & Stone. Contact a Reno personal injury lawyer at our firm today.

  • Please enter your name.
  • This isn't a valid email address.
    Please enter your email address.
  • This isn't a valid phone number.
    You entered an invalid number.
    Please enter your phone number.
  • Please make a selection.
  • Please enter a message.