The Law Office of Steven Atsalis practices law in the areas of personal injury and Social Security Disability/SSI Disability. Mr. Atsalis formerly worked for the Social Security Administration handling disability cases. He has been in private practice since 1992. His office is headquartered in San Antonio, Texas and handles cases from all parts of Texas.
This site contains sections on finding a personal injury lawyer or Social Security/SSI Disability lawyer, FREE information for injury victims, how you can discuss your case with Steven Atsalis for FREE, the types of cases Steven Atsalis handles, who Steven Atsalis is, how to contact Steven Atsalis, frequently asked questions, fees, and special sections about nursing home abuse/neglect and about Social Security Disability /SSI Disability cases.
The Law Office of Steven Atsalis handles Social Security Disability/SSI Disability Cases and Personal Injury cases of various types, including cases of wrongful death, permanent and/ or temporary injuries, broken or severed limbs, burns, scars, diseases caused by toxic chemicals, paralysis, spinal cord injuries, brain injuries, etc.
- Auto/Car/Motorcycle Accident Personal Injury Cases
- Bus/Train /Public Transportation Accident Personal Injury Cases
- Product Liability/Defective Products Injury Cases
- Slip and Fall Personal Injury Cases
- Amusement Park Accident Personal Injury Cases
- Nursing Home Abuse/Neglect Personal Injury Cases
- Social Security Disability/SSI Disability Cases
Steven Atsalis handles Social Security Disability/SSI cases and has many years of experience helping disabled adults and disabled children obtain monetary awards and medical benefits from the Social Security Administration.
If you have worked and paid Social Security Taxes in your adult life and become disabled, you may be eligible for Social Security Disability benefits, which may include a lump sum cash payment, monthly payments as long as you remain disabled, and Medicare or Medicaid benefits. You may be eligible for Widow’s Benefits if you are widowed, at least 50 years of age, your deceased spouse paid sufficient Social Security tax, and if you meet certain other requirements.
If you are disabled and have little or no income or financial resources, you may be eligible for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits. You may (if you are an adult) be considered disabled for purposes of Social Security Disability law if you have been or will be unable to perform any work classified as substantial gainful activity (as defined by Social Security law) for at least 12 consecutive months.
For more information and for a FREE consultation with Steven Atsalis, Personal Injury/Social Disability Lawyer, you can call TOLL-FREE 1-800-787-8281.