You know you are disabled and you know you need financial help, but will the
government see it the same way? We are here to help you determine that
answer and help get you the benefits you earned, if you do qualify.
There are several factors that go into determining if you qualify for disability benefits. Generally there are 3 questions that may quickly disqualify you.
1. Are you beeing treated by a doctor? If you haven't seen a doctor and you have no medical proof that you are disabled, then you will have a tough time convincing the government that you are disabled as well.
2. Are you unable to work Full Time or make less than $1000/month? If you currently work Full Time or are making more than $1000/month, then your chances of getting disability benefits becomes very small. If you do make less than $1000/month you may qualify for SSI benefits.
3. Are you between the ages of 30 and 64? You need to have enough work history and have paid into the Social Security System to qualify.
If you know you qualify based on the main 3 questions above, then we can help determine if you meet the rest of the qualifications. Someone will need to talk to you to discuss your situation and help make a determination on your qualification. The good news is, there is No Cost and No Obligation to you, to talk with someone about your situation. Find out what your options are when applying for disability.
If you are serious, need help and are not currently working with and attorney or advocate, then fill in the form to the right and let us start helping you today.
Social Security Disability
The Social Security disability insurance program (sometimes referred to as SSDI) pays benefits to you and certain family members if you worked long enough and paid Social Security taxes.
Your adult child also may qualify for benefits on your earnings record if he or she has a disability that started before age 22.They pay disability benefits under two programs:
* The Social Security disability
insurance program pays benefits
to you and certain family members
if you worked long enough and
paid Social Security taxes.
Your adult child also may qualify for benefits on your earnings record if he or she has a disability that started before age 22.
* The Supplemental Security Income
(SSI) program pays benefits to
disabled adults and children who
have limited income and resources.
For most people, the medical requirements for disability payments are the same under both programs and disability is determined by the same process.
You may file a claim through the SSA for Free. By getting assistance from an attorney or advocate can often speed up the time it takes to get approved and can improve your chances of higher payments. You should explore both options and you should choose what what works best for you.
Whether you apply for Social Security or SSI disability, they ask you for
information about your medical condition, work and education history to help
them decide if you are disabled under their rules.
If You Disagree With A Decision The SSA Makes
If you have any questions about your payment amount or any other information they may send you, please contact the SSA. If you disagree with a decision they make, you have the right to appeal the decision.
Your request must be in writing and delivered to any Social Security office within 60 days of the date you receive the letter containing their decision.
You have the right to hire an attorney or anyone else to represent you. This does not mean you must have an attorney or other representative, but they will be glad to work with one if you wish. For more information about getting a representative, start here with a Free, No Obligation evaluation.
Appealing Their Decision...
If your disability application is denied, the letter they send you explains the
reason for the denial and how to request a review of their decision. Depending
on the reason, you may be able to request your appeal online.
If your application is denied for
* Medical reasons, you can complete
and submit the required Appeal
Request and Appeal Disability
Report online or get a free
evaluation and have a specialist
assist in the appeal process.
The disability report asks you for updated information about your medical condition and any treatment, tests or doctor visits since they made their decision.
* Non-medical reasons, you should
contact your local Social Security
Office to request the review.
You may also get a free evaluation and have an attorney assist in the appeal process.
Your information is safe with us, your information is private and will not be sold or given away to any mailing lists. Rest assured we are here to help, the last thing you need is junk mail. Don't wait, filing as soon as possible is one of the steps to getting approved faster.
Get a Free, No Obligation Evaluation today. Just fill in the form below and an attorney or advocate from your area will contact you to give you a free evaluation. Find out if you qualify for disability and what you need to get approved quickly.
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All Social Security information was obtained by the SSA. This site is not affiliated with or endorsed by the SSA. We have made this site available to disabled Americans of the United States in order to make available to them the legal council and representation of an attorney or advocate. The information that is submitted in the form above is for a 100% FREE disability evaluation and comes with no obligations. By getting the help of legal council, social security attorneys or advocates, you may improve your chances of getting approved for disability benefits, get approved faster and possibly increase the amount you are awarded, all with no out-of-pocket expense to you.