Applying for Social Security Disability is a long, complex process, and it can be very difficult and stressful to go through that process without help. Alas, we see far too many people who appear to believe that they must go through that process alone. Well, you’re not alone, and there are better options available than self application.
At Myler Disability, we have extensive experience as Social Security Disability advocates. But what, you might ask, does that actually mean? What is an advocate? How can using an advocacy service help you to win benefits?
Simply put, an advocate works with you to ensure that your application is written and filed as correctly as possible, and that you are educated in the various elements of the application process of which you need to be aware so that you can more effectively present and defend your case.
For example, many people believe that if they have a disability that is listed as a potentially qualifying disability by the Social Security Administration, that they are automatically entitled to disability benefits. That is simply not the case.
Disability benefits have far less to do with the name of the disability you have, and far more to do with how that disability impacts your life and your ability to work. Advocates work with you and your doctors to gather the evidence necessary to help you win the benefits you need and deserve.
Because of the knowledge and experience that our advocates have, they can help you to navigate the application and appeals process as efficiently and effectively as possible, thus increasing the likelihood of you winning benefits. You can hire representation for a disability claim at any stage of the process.
To learn more about how we help and to speak with a disability advocate about your case, simply fill out the short form on the right or call the number at the top of this page.