Social Security Disability Advocacy in Michigan
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Having a disability can be frustrating in more ways than one. Disabilities can hamper the quality of your life, making you unable to participate in activities or properly interact with others. Some disabilities require continued medication. A disability can also prevent you from working.
You could apply for disability benefits with the Social Security Administration to receive pay—pay that can be used to cover your medication or financially support your family. SSA, however, can be rather strict with determining who receives benefits and who does not. Even sorting out the paperwork necessary for the application can be difficult and confusing for some. Your application could be denied on your first try for a variety of reasons, but that does not mean all hope is lost.
We are Experts in Filing Disability Applications and Appeals
Disability Specialist Center, LLC provides Social Security Disability claim representation services with an experienced and knowledgeable Disability Advocate. The company can help you secure the benefits you urgently need by representing you for your Social Security Disability case. An experienced Advocate from the company helps those applying for benefits, providing you with useful information on how the claims process works and they will also represent you throughout the appeals process.
Disability Specialist Center wants to genuinely help you—and all clients—in receiving your well deserved benefits. Disability Specialist Center does not charge fees for its representation until you win your case. Let the company be your invaluable ally in the disability claims process.
Do You Qualify for Disability Benefits?
Essentially, if you have a severe physical or mental condition that prevents you from working for at least one year, then you may be eligible for disability benefits. Of course, you will also need medical documentation that will help support your case.
SSA has the two programs for Disability benefits. Social Security Disability Insurance benefits (SSDI) is for individuals who have worked and paid Social Security taxes long enough so they would be insured for disability benefits. There are also Social Security Disability Insurance benefits (SSDI) that may be available to certain family members of the insured workers (Disabled widows or widowers benefits and Disabled Adult child benefits). Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is for individuals with limited resources and limited income and are based on a financial need.