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Qualify for Disability

Social Security Disability Benefits - Do I Qualify?

If you have found this site, then you are most likely in a situation that has forced you to take action and to get assistance from the government.  While dealing with the government is no treat and generally requires you dealing with a lot of red tape, we can help.  If you are disabled and cannot work and are not financially secure, then filing for Social Security Disability Benefits may be your answer.  Just because you are disabled and not working does not automatically make you eligible for benefits, though.  Since judgement is made on a case by case basis, we offer a Free, No Obligation Disability Evaluation to help determine if you may qualify.  Here are a few things that are needed to qualify;

You are between the age of 30 and 65.

You are or will be disabled and unable to work for at least 12 months.

You have seen a doctor and have medical proof of your disability.

You are not currently receiving Disability Benefits.

See If You May Qualify

Have one of our disability advocates or attorney's give you an FREE Disability Evaluation today.  Give us a few more details below and someone will contact you today to discuss your claim.  You will find out if you may qualify and what your options are for filing a disability claim, all for nothing.  Their is no obligation when filling in the form below.  You get Free help determining your eligibility and what is needed to file a claim, you then decide how YOU want to take action from there.  Our attorney's and advocates are here to help and they want to help you get the benefits you deserve.

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How Do I apply for Disability

Social Security Disability Benefits - How Do I Apply For Disability?

You have a couple of choices applying for disability.
1. You can apply directly through the SSA for free.  You will have to apply and fill out all the forms that are needed yourself.  You will have to submit all documents required to deminstrate that you are disabled. You will be mailed a starter kit to help you start the process.

2. We can help you apply.  Once you have completed an evaluation with one of our attorney's or advocates, then they can start getting the paperwork filled out and filed.  There are several benefits in getting help filing for disability. Having an attorney of advocate help you can;

 

Maximize the amount of benefits you may qualify for.

Improve your chances of getting approved by elininating technical errors

Improve your chances of winning your case

If needed, file an appeal

No Out Of Pocket Cost

All Advocates and attorney's work on a contingency basis, meaning you don't pay a dime unless you win, and all fees are regulated by the government, not the representative.  Do you have questions and need a few more details? The best way to get those answers is to talk to an advocate or attorney, get a FREE evaluation with NO obligation.  Ask all your questions, get the details you need, then make the decision that works best for you.  Fill in the form below to get started today.

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How Long Will A Decison Take

Social Security Disability Benefits - Will A Decision Take Long?

There are several factors that can determine how long it will take to get a decision back from the SSA in your disability case.  It can be anything from the time it takes you to properly fill out all the paper work and submit it, to the time it takes the doctor to submit their records to the the time it takes the disability examiner to examine the case.

There are ways to speed up the processes and reduce the possibility of getting denied, the best way is to get help from an advocate or attorney. They will help prepare your paper work properly, helping you avoid errors and tchnical issues. They will make sure all the medical records that are needed are present and submittted correctly, this alone can shave months off of the decsion time.  If not doen properly you could be looking at up to 6 months for a decision and if done wrong, could end up in a denial. 

Find out what is the best option for you.  Fill in the form below and get a Free Evaluation on your case.  Discuss your details and find out what the best course of action may be for your situation.  There is No obligation, get piece of mind, find out what you need to do today to get approved for disability, then take the steps that fit your needs in applying for disability.

 

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Appeal A Denial

Social Security Disability Benefits - Can I Appeal A Denial?

The quick answer is yes, you can appeal a denied disability case decision.  The first thing that must happen is a reveiw done by the claims examiner, called a "reconsideration", not all states require this though.  Your next step, if denied there, is to get your case in front of an administrative law judge.

If you are at the point of appealing a denial, then you may want to get some legal representation at this time.  Your case will be judged based on several factors and you will want to make sure you have all the documentation you need to prove your case.  An attorney or advocate will make sure that all your paperwork is filled out correctly, that you have all necassary medical records and that all information is presented to the judge correctly.

Half of all people denied fail to appeal and usually if a person is going to get approved, it will be during the appeal process.  Fill in the form below and let one of our disability advocate or attorney's help evaluate your case and get you started on the appeal process.  This ecaluation is Free, so if your case may not have a chance of getting approved, they will let you know and there is no cost to you to find that out.  Get your appeal started today, start here with a Free, No obligation evaluation.

 

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How Much Will I get Paid

Social Security Disability Benefits - How Much Can I Get?

The SSA uses your Average Indexed Monthly Earnings  and Primary Insurance Amount to determine how much you will receive for disability benefits.  This is a complicated formula and diffucult for anyone to calculate with any accuracy when trying to estimate how much you may receive from the SSA.

On average people receive approximately $1,130 a month for disability, but it can go as high as $2,530 depending on your situation.  No one can truly tell you how much you will receive until it is determined by the SSA and you receive your first check.

If you are filing for the first time or need to appleal a case, then we can help you get approved.  Have one of our disability advocate or attorney's give you a Free, No obligation evaluation and help determin if you may qualify for disability benefits.  Having the right people help you can often times improve your chances of getting approved and may also increase the amount you will get paid.

Start by filling in the form below and we will have an attorney or advocate, in your area, give you a Free, No obligation evaluation on your case.  Find out if you may qualify and what you need to do to apply, then decide how you are going to take action to get approved.

 

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VA Disability Benefits

Social Security Disability Benefits - VA Disability Benefits

If you are a veteran and are disabled and unable to work, then you may qualify for Social Security Disability Benefits.  Being a veteran, your application usually gets a little more priority during the evaluation process. This can lead to a faster decision in your case.

To get started right away, fill in the form below and we will have one of our disability advocate or attorney's give you a complimentary disability evaluation, Free with No obligation.  They will listen to your case and let you know if you may qualify for disability benefits.  If so, they will let you know what you need to do to apply and how the process works.  Once you have all your information, you can then decide how you want to move forward in applyng for your benefits. 

Get started today, first find out if you may qualify, get a Free, No obligation evaluation and find out today.

 

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Free Disability Evaluation

Social Security Disability Benefits - Free Disability Evaluation

See If You May Qualify

Have one of our disability advocates or attorney's give you an FREE Disability Evaluation today.  Give us a few details below and someone will contact you today to discuss your claim.  You will find out if you may qualify and what your options are for filing a disability claim, all for nothing.  Their is no obligation when filling in the form below.  You get Free help determining your eligibility and what is needed to file a claim, you then decide how YOU want to take action from there.  Our attorney's and advocates are here to help and they want to help you get the benefits you deserve.

 

By submitting my information, I consent to receive calls which may be  autodialed by an attorney, advocate or their representative.  Consent is only for a Free Disability Evaluation.
Filing Bankruptcy

Filing Bankruptcy and Disability

Disability Payments are Often Protected

Generaly speaking, both disability laws and bankruptcy laws protect your disability payments in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy.  This may not always be the case though.  It can depend on where you live and what type of payments you have or will receive.  Since most people rely on their disability payments to survive, they are usually exempt from bankruptcy.  Most states have exemptions to protect disability payments.

The best way to know for sure is to talk with a bankruptcy attorney.  If you believe your situation is to a point that you need to file bankruptcy, then we can help you get the answers you may need.  Fill in the form below and get started with a Free, No obligation bankruptcy evaluation.  Have an attorney in your area talk to you about your situation and find out what you may need to get the relief you need.  Get details on your case, then decide if filing bankruptcy is best for you.

 

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Supplemental Security Income

Supplemental Security Income is provided by the Federal Income supplement program.  It is for disabled people who have low income or resources.  These payments are not made through the Social Security Taxes but are funded through general taxes instead.

If you are disabled but still working, then you may qualify for SSI.  Find out if you may qualify for SSI by getting a Free, No Obligation Disability Evaluation today.  Have an attorney or advocate, in your area, talk to you about your situation to find out if you may qualify for disability benefits.  They will discuss your options and let you know what you need to do to apply and get approved. You then decide how YOU want to move forward, and take the steps you feel will best help your situation.

 

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Thank You

Social Security Disability Benefits - Do I Qualify?

If you have found this site, then you are most likely in a situation that has forced you to take action and to get assistance from the government.  While dealing with the government is no treat and generally requires you dealing with a lot of red tape, we can help.  If you are disabled and cannot work and are not financially secure, then filing for Social Security Disability Benefits may be your answer.  Just because you are disabled and not working does not automatically make you eligible for benefits, though.  Since judgement is made on a case by case basis, we offer a Free, No Obligation Disability Evaluation to help determine if you may qualify.  Here are a few things that are needed to qualify;

You are between the age of 30 and 65.

You are or will be disabled and unable to work for at least 12 months.

You have seen a doctor and have medical proof of your disability.

You are not currently receiving Disability Benefits.

See If You May Qualify

Have one of our disability advocates or attorney's give you an FREE Disability Evaluation today.  Give us a few more details below and someone will contact you today to discuss your claim.  You will find out if you may qualify and what your options are for filing a disability claim, all for nothing.  Their is no obligation when filling in the form below.  You get Free help determining your eligibility and what is needed to file a claim, you then decide how YOU want to take action from there.  Our attorney's and advocates are here to help and they want to help you get the benefits you deserve.

Helping  Those Who are Disabled and Unable to Work, Get The Help They Need and Deserve

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