Millions of Americans thrive on pursuing the American Dream and take pride in supporting themselves and their families. Sometimes, however, people experience unforeseen and disabling events or circumstances that disrupt their lives and prevent or limit their ability to work. When this happens, Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits may be available to replace lost income on a temporary or permanent basis, allowing you to preserve your financial well-being.
While the application process can be long and overwhelming, our goal is to move you as quickly and directly as possible to receiving your benefits. We excel at helping our clients get early awards, which means you often don’t need to go through every step to receive your benefits.
While you’re working, a portion of your FICA (payroll) taxes are used to fund the SSDI program. Administered by the federal government, this program:
The number of initial SSDI applications being filed is at an all-time high, making it more difficult than ever to receive benefits. Contributing factors include:
When you choose The Advocator Group to represent you, you get a partner that is there to lead you every step of the way. Our service is focused on:
Helping you understand every step of the process. We educate you and communicate openly and clearly at all times;
Making things easier for you by completing and submitting forms, and interacting with insurance carriers, health care providers, state agencies and the Social Security Administration on your behalf;
Keeping you informed with regular calls, emails, or letters to let you know the status of your claim;
Leveraging our experience of helping tens of thousands of people receive their awards;
Getting your award faster by knowing how the system works, and how to get a favorable outcome based on your medical condition; and
Earning your trust by treating you with respect and fully committing all of our resources to help you get the benefits you are entitled to.
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