The basic definition of the word “advocate” implies that we support your cause and speak or plead on your behalf. This is true, but at The Advocator GroupSM we do much more.
We listen to you so that we can learn about the unique nature of your disability and we apply in-depth experience to help preserve or improve your financial well-being. We interpret and explain complex Social Security and Medicare rules and regulations, and guide you through the countless forms and procedures necessary to obtain your benefits. We complete applications, meet deadlines, analyze medical records, schedule hearings, and interact regularly with Social Security and Medicare administrators — so that you don’t have to. Aside from helping you reach a successful benefit outcome, our most important responsibility is simply picking up the phone and being there when you need a question answered or a concern put at ease. Call (877) 261‑1947 now to speak directly with a Social Security disability or Medicare advocate.
Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) Representation
When your life changes and you are no longer able to work, The Advocator Group helps you move forward to get the Social Security disability benefits you’ve earned. We focus on achieving early awards, which saves you time and delivers your financial benefits quickly. We have a professional and compassionate team of advocates, which includes a nationwide staff of experienced attorneys specializing in disability-related matters.
Medicare provides health insurance coverage to millions of people, but the process of selecting the right plan can be overwhelming and stressful. Our Medicare advocates help remove the uncertainty, so you know you’re getting the best coverage available.
Beyond cash benefits, an important advantage of qualifying for SSDI is that you also become eligible for Medicare. The Advocator Group helps you identify the best coverage available to you based on your unique treatment profile and budget.
All American citizens and permanent residents who meet basic employment criteria automatically become eligible for Medicare coverage at age 65. We can help you optimize your coverage, whether you’re applying for the first time or re-evaluating your existing Medicare plan during the Annual Election Period.