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Cincinnati Social Security Disability Lawyer Anthony Castelli Defends The Disabled

The attack on social security disability fraud should not drag down the many with real infirmaties

CINCINNATI, Feb. 10, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Social Security disability fraud  and abuse is minor compared to the thousands of workers that have ailments and infirmities that are keeping them from working. The reality is social security denies deserving people. 

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Anthony Castelli, a Cincinnati Ohio lawyer, has recently released a web site where the folks with real ailments and inabilities can go to learn if they qualify or are otherwise entitled to social security disability income benefits. http://socialsecuritydisabilityassist.com

Anthony Castelli stated , "Folks that are no longer able to work because of illness ot injury must have a financial life line to help them survive. I intend to continue to offer my services to them, in a way they can afford. Justice demands that we reach out to our less fortunate brothers and sisters and help them live with grace and dignity."

The average SSDI benefit is only about $1130. The average SSI benefit is only $509. No one in there right mind would trade in their job where they make thousands of dollars more for a meager social security disability income benefit. 

A large number of people on social security disability are so ill they are facing death. There are studies that posture 1 in 5 males that get benefits will be dead in 5 years from the time they get their disability income benefits from social security disability. For females the odds are not much better. 1 in 6 will be dead 5 years after they get their benefits.

The Consortium for Citiznes with Disabilities Social Security Task Force has documented in a study that there are about 57 million Americans living with an inability to fully function. About 38 million have a severe affliction. But only approximately 13 million adults get disability benefits.

Only about 4 in 10 that apply are granted benefits. Studies also show that the odds of being granted benefits increase with the help of experienced social security disability advocates or attorneys. So those that try to get benefits on their own are getting turned away in droves.

In fact it has been stated that our system has one of the strictest systems in the world. And compared to other countries the United States is second only to Korea in the little that is alotted to benefit awards. Bear in mind social security disability help is paid for by paying into the system payroll taxes. (Organization For Economic Co-operation and Development)

Media Contact: Anthony Castelli, Anthony Castelli Attorney, (513) 621-2345, [email protected]

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