Social Security Disability
The Social Security Disability program is administered through Social Security Administration as one of the two largest of several Federal programs that provides assistance to people with disabilities. The other is Supplemental Security Income program. Individuals who have a disability that meets the government’s medical criteria may qualify for benefits under one or both of these programs.
Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is funded with Social Security taxes paid by workers, employers, and self-employed individuals. To qualify for this Social Security benefit, you must have previously had a job where you paid into the Social Security system for long enough to make you eligible for this return. The amount of a monthly disability benefit is based on your Social Security earnings record if you were an insured worker and qualify as disabled. Disability benefits are also paid to blind or disabled workers, widow(er)s, or adults disabled since childhood, who are otherwise eligible.
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QUALIfYING FOR DISABILITY
If you are unable to work due to a physical or mental impairment, the first step is to complete a Social Security Disability application. We can guide you through this process. If you feel confident about the process, you can apply on your own online at www.ssa.gov or by calling Social Security Administration at 1-800-772-1213.
MAKE THE RIGHT CHOICE
Choosing Disability Advisors can significantly increase your success rate and reduce the time it takes to receive your benefits. As your advisors, we will help you understand Social Security’s complicated system and act as your advocate through the entire process.
DENIED? HOW TO APPEAL
Although Social Security Administration is obligated to provide Social Security Disability Benefits to those who meet government guidelines, many applications that are denied at the Initial Application level are awarded benefits later in the process. To increase your chances of receiving benefits, contact us today!
Because Social Security Disability Benefits are only awarded to those that meet strict criteria, we can tell you whether you are a candidate for benefits as soon as we understand your age, disability, current inability to work and past work experience. Don’t wait another day! Contact us now to apply or appeal your denial for Social Security Disability Benefits!
PROVEN TRACK RECORD
Disability Advisors has a proven track record of success helping individuals obtain disability benefits. Our expertise includes over 30 years of working in the Social Security Administration offices in the adjudication and administration of Social Security Disability Law. Call or sign up today for a FREE, NO OBLIGATION evaluation.
To qualify for Social Security Disability Benefits, an individual must qualify as disabled under Social Security’s definition of disability that is different than other programs. Social Security pays only for TOTAL DISABILITY and will not award benefits to those who have a partial or short-term disability.