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Social Security Disability Benefits Help

Discovering you have a permanent disability and are unable to work, can be very devastating news, both emotionally and financial. Having to endure physical pain while trying to manage life with a disability is stressful. Focussing on ways to find healing and relief should be your number one priority. However, if you’re not as fortunate as some, with a deep savings account, you will most likely need help financially to survive. Worrying about how you will pay your bills, living expenses, and health care are very real and important concerns.

Chin up! There’s good news. You know that Social Security you’ve been paying into all these years? It’s time to put that to work for you.

Being disabled and unable to work is a difficult position to be in. Going to doctor’s appointments, referrals, specialists, procedures, appointment after appointment, trying to find healing, only to discover you’re unable to return to work. So what’s next? How will you survive without income? That’s where Social Security Disability Benefits can help.

You’ve worked and paid into your Social Security Disability, now you need it more than ever. Millions of people every year apply and get approved for Social Security Disability Benefits. It’s definitely not an easy process and you will need guidance and help along the way.

Dan McCaskell PhD is an Expert Social Security Disability Representative and has a plethora of experience in this field as a former Social Security Hearings and Appeals Expert.

Don’t add to your stress by trying to file on your own. You can rely on us!

Over 60% of Americans are denied the first time applying for Social Security Disability Benefits. Save time and get results, every step of the process.

Two forms of disability benefits that are available:

  • Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI)

  • Supplemental Security Income (SSI)

- Both SSDI and SSI have their own criteria however medical qualifications for both are the same.

- SSDI is for people who have worked and paid Social Security taxes, while SSI is for people with an urgent financial need.


Not sure if you should apply for SSI or SSDI or both?

Ask an expert. We’re here to help you every step of the way.

Claim your free consultation with Dan McCaskell, Social Security Disability Claimant Representative and a former Social Security Hearings Expert and get the help you need.

CALL US AT 707-528-4003


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