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Do I Need a Lawyer to File Disability Claim?

Do I Need a Lawyer to File Disability Claim?

No, you do not necessarily need a Social Security Disability lawyer to file your disability claim.  If you can spend time learning Social Security disability laws and regulations associated with the disability process, you can successfully navigate the...

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Do I Satisfy the SSA’s Definition of Disability?

Do I Satisfy the SSA’s Definition of Disability?

Unlike other types of disability, there is no partial disability under
either SSD or SSI. You are either 100% disabled or not disabled at all. The
SSA uses a three-prong test in its definition of disability. In order to be
found disabled, it must be determined that as a result of your conditions;

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Pros & Cons: Hiring a Disability Lawyer

Pros & Cons: Hiring a Disability Lawyer

Let me start by saying that in December of 2017, the Government Accountability Office (“GAO”) published a study which found that claimants who had representatives were awarded benefits at a nearly 3 times higher rate than those without representatives.

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Social Security Disability Advice

Disability Qualification offers the best Social Security Disability Advice to win your federal Disability claim or appeal. Our Resource Hub which has articles with free legal advice on how to win your disability claim without an attorney.

Statistically, applying with an attorney greatly improve your chance of winning your claim. If you would like to find out if your are eligible for Disability application help, take our free Social Security Disability Questionnaire. If you qualify, we'll instantly match you with a Disability Specialist for a free consultation.

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How Much Can I Expect In SSDI Payments?

In 2024, you could be eligible for up to $3,822/month in SSDI benefits.

Do I Qualify for Social Security Disability?

Browse our SSDI resource library to find clear answers and determine if you qualify for up to $3,822/month in SSD benefits.