If you are disabled and unable to work, you need an Advocate on your side!

The process required to obtain social security disability benefits can seem difficult, if not impossible to navigate on your own. The forms you must fill out are unreasonably complicated. Each month, the Social Security Administration receives and reviews hundreds of thousands of new disability applications. Because of this, applying for disability can feel like an impossible task. Let the experienced attorneys at The Advocates help get the benefits you deserve.

Find out if you are eligible for Social Security Disability Income 888-565-5277

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The Advocates can reduce your processing time by 4 to 6 months

90%

Of appeals are denied by administrative judges.

2/3

The average processing time for your benefits


In some instances an Advocate can shave off four to six months off of your wait time

In some instances an Advocate can shave off four to six months off of your wait time
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The process required to obtain social security disability benefits can seem difficult, if not impossible to navigate on your own. The forms you must fill out are unreasonably complicated. Each month, the Social Security Administration receives and reviews hundreds of thousands of new disability applications. Because of this, applying for disability can feel like an impossible task. Let the experienced attorneys at The Advocates help get the benefits you deserve.

“I really can’t say enough how much I appreciate finding The Advocates! Tyler Webb and Brad Johnson were there for me from the minute I contacted them and helped me through such a stressful time.” – Kari O.

What is the disability application process like?
The disability application can be complicated and confusing for most people who have never done it before. Depending on the specific circumstances of your case, the process can vary on how long it can take. Typically, at the Initial level, the average processing time is 3-6 months
Do I qualify?
Social Security use a Five-Step Sequential Evaluation Process to determine if you are disabled. To determine if you qualify, please call us.
Social Security Administration denied my claim. What now?
Appeal – if you are unable to work due to a physical and/or mental condition! 70% of all Initial claims are denied.

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Find out if you qualify for Social Security Disability Income