Social Security Disability
The Social Security Administration (SSA) offers financial assistance to Americans suffering from disabilities that inhibit their ability to work. The application process to receive disability requires specific criteria be met and proper medical documentation provided to be awarded benefits. As Disability Advocates we’ll ensure the application process is completed properly and you are awarded disability benefits in a timely matter.
Receive Disability Benefits
Applying for Social Security Disability can be a daunting process. With proper assistance from the Disability Care Center, an application can be stress-free. Our Disability Advocates begin with a pre-screening, similar to a formal application, which allows them to determine eligibility for the SSI or SSDI disability program. When approved, an application is completed and all medical documentation collected.
According to the Social Security Administration, more than 75 percent of initial applications for disability benefits are denied. There are many explanations for why these denials occur with many being wrongfully denied. If your application for disability benefits was denied and you would like to appeal, our Advocates will fight your claim until financial assistance is won.
If you’d like to apply or appeal for disability benefits, get started by filling out the form on the right and get started today.
Social Security Disability Benefit Qualifications
There are thousands of mental and physical conditions that qualify an individual for Social Security Disability benefits. To be approved and qualify for disability, the condition must be expected to last more than one year or result in death. Some Common medical conditions that qualify include:
- Bipolar Disorder
- Vision and Hearing Loss
- Immune System Disorders
- Respiratory Problems
- Cardiovascular Conditions
- Back and Spine Conditions
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
These conditions are only a few that qualify for Social Security Disability. The complete list of qualified medical conditions provided by the Social Security Administration is known as the “Blue Book”. If a condition is not specifically listed in the “Blue Book” you may want to consult a Disability Advocate.
Denied Social Security Disability Benefits?
The Appeals Process
If your initial application for disability was denied, please know that you are not alone. The Social Security Administration denies a majority of first-time applicants as a screening process to delay and force a more detailed account of disabilities. Unfortunately, appealing this decision requires a great deal of knowledge about social security disability and the laws that govern the program. Thankfully our Disability Advocates can help you gather all the information required to build up your case and win you the financial benefits you need.
The first step in the appeals process is filing a request for reconsideration. It is crucial that the request is filed correctly and in a timely fashion as it’s the last chance of getting approved for disability benefits quickly. Throughout the process your claim may be seen by a judge, an appeals council, and even a federal court review board. An appeal can take anywhere between months to years. Just know we will represent you at each stage until you receive your benefits.
Benefits Of Social Security Representation
Throughout the years Disability Care Center has assisted thousands of Americans successfully apply and appeal their disability claims. Though it is possible for an individual to file on their own, the chances for an approval are less than 25 percent. To ensure an application and claim is handled quickly and efficiently, experienced representation is necessary.
Our experienced Disability Advocates make sure the claimant’s application is filled out accurately and all proper medical documentation is submitted. This allows for the highest chance of approval for disability benefits.
Let the Disability Care Center take the complication and headache out of the application or appeal process. Our goal is to get your application approved as soon as possible. Please call 888-504-0035 to speak with a Disability Advocate.