How Do I Apply For Social Security Disability Benefits?
There are two ways to file a Social Security Disability Claim.
#1 Get Experienced Representation to Help You Apply for Social Security Disability Benefits - The vast majority of people that get approved for benefits at the various levels have the help of a professional Social Security advocate or attorney. Best of all, you can get this professional help with no out-of-pocket costs and completely on a contingency basis.
An experienced Social Security advocate or attorney knows how the system works, and will handle most of the process for you. They will help remove the confusion that may cause you to lose your rightful benefits.
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#2 File Your Own Claim for Social Security Disability Benefits - Please be aware, statistics show that most people who apply for Social Security benefits are initially DENIED.
Filing your own claim requires that you complete all necessary paperwork, gather your medical documentation, communicate and follow-up with the SSA about your case, handle all legal correspondence, and attend court hearings and appeals without representation.
Regardless of the choice that you make in filing your claims, you will be required to present the same documentation and understand the filing process so that you can maximize your benefits. Below is information to help you understand the filing requirements.


 
 
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