Whether you need help with Disability Application, Appeal or at Hearing level we are here to help!
Disability Help Group Arizona consists of passionate Disability Advocates and Attorneys who can help you at each stage of your disability claim! If you’re not happy with us, we will happily refer you to another advocate or to lawyers who also specialize in Social Security benefits.
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Disability Help Group Arizona offers the following services:
Qualifying for Social Security Disability benefits can be a lengthy and complicated process. Our professional staff understands the ins-and-outs of the Social Security Disability process and know how to identify any weaknesses in your application. Statistics have shown that applicants who have legal representation have a better chance of being awarded benefits.
Free Assistance: The first program provides assistance with filing forms, providing other documentation to help support your claim as well as many other community resources all FREE of charge. We arm you with information about the Social Security Administration as well as the way the programs work. Giving you valuable tips and tools to get approved as quickly as possible. Understanding the disability benefits process can be overwhelming and often times confusing but don’t worry our friendly staff is here to answer any questions you may have during the process. Disability Help Group: Social Security Advocates near me .
Legal Representation: Our second program is for those who want complete legal representation with a Disability Attorney AZ. This means we will complete all documents and file all paperwork required for the disability benefits process, our legal team will handle all communications back and forth with the Social Security Administration. Ensuring they are provided all the evidence they need to review your case properly. We give you a fighting chance and take away all of the worry and hassles by taking care of everything for you with the help of our Phoenix Disability Lawyers. So if you want to sit back, relax, and let someone else do all of the work on your behalf then program 2 is definitely for you. Either way, you go you will be given 5-star service and attention to detail that will promise the best chance of success!
What is Social Security Disability?
Social Security Disability is a U.S. government program that provides financial assistance to individuals who are unable to work due to a long-term disability. There are two different programs: Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI). SSDI is for people who have a strong work history and paid into the Social Security System for at least 5 out of the last 10 years, while SSI is meant for disabled people who do not have a consistent work history. How is SSDI calculated? Check out disability benefits calculator.
How to Qualify for Social Security Disability
The Social Security Administration (SSA) defines “Disability” as any injury or disease that prevents you from doing the work you did before or from adjusting to any other sort of work.Your disability should be expected to last at least 12 months or result in death.
Your disability should prevent you from earning a $1200 average monthly salary. Your condition must be severe enough that it prevents you from performing basic work-related tasks in order for your Social Security Disability claim to be considered. In order to determine if your disability is severe, the SSA has a list of Medical Conditions for each of the major body systems. However, even if your condition is not found on the list, you may still qualify for Social Security Disability benefits.
How to Apply for Social Security Disability
You can file your initial claim for disability either online, over the phone or in person at your local Social Security Field Office. The initial application stage is the first step in the Social Security Disability application process. Approximately 70% of all initial applications are denied. If your claim is denied, you will have to file a Request for Reconsideration within 60 days of receiving your letter of denial.
If your Request for Reconsideration is denied, then you may request a hearing in front of an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ). If the ALJ chooses to deny your disability application as well, then you have the option of filing an appeal with the Social Security Disability Appeals Council. If your claim is still unsuccessful after a review by the Appeals Council, your last option is to file an appeal with the Federal District Court.
Should I hire an Attorney or a Representative?
The Social Security Disability process can often be confusing and stressful. A qualified Social Security Disability Representative or an experienced attorney/lawyer in Phoenix will be able to simplify the process for you. Using their knowledge of the system, the Disability Help Group and their attorney or representatives can increase your chances of being approved at each step of the application process with their team of advocates and representatives.
Neither a disability representative or a disability lawyer will receive any compensation unless your disability claim is successful. If you are awarded disability benefits, your advocate or attorney will be paid 25% of your first disability check or $6000, whichever amount is less. Also, if the representative or attorney incurred out-of-pocket expenses in connection with your legal representation, these expenses will be included at the conclusion of your case. Compute your payment with SSDI payment calculator. Asking for Social Security Advocates near me or disability advocates near me? Please fill out our free disability evaluation form to be contacted by an advocate who will evaluate your claim for FREE!