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How to Qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance Benefits

Your health issues alone aren’t enough to qualify you for monthly disability benefits. Learn why your age, monthly income, job history and how long you’ll be unable to work all play a crucial role in whether you’ll qualify for SSDI payments. Learn More

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How to Apply for Social Security Disability Payments

There are four ways you can apply for Social Security disability benefits. We’ll explain the pros and cons for each method, which one gives you the best chance for success, and how long the SSD application and review process typically takes. Learn More

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How to Find a Qualified Social Security Disability Lawyer Near You

You’re more likely to get Social Security disability benefits when an attorney helps you file. Here’s a step-by-step guide to help you find a lawyer that’s local, experienced, and available to review your claim right away at no cost to you. Learn More

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How to Gather Medical Evidence to Support Your Disability Claim

Medical evidence is key for successful disability claims. We’ll list the records you need to submit when you file, depending on your specific health issue(s). Can’t afford to see a doctor? Learn how to get the evidence you need free of charge. Learn More

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How to Appeal After Your Disability Claim's Denial

Denied benefits the first time you applied? Don’t worry! You can still get approved for Social Security disability if you appeal within 60 days. We’ll walk you through every step in the appeals process, including how long each one should take. Learn More

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Don't Wait – Act Now to Maximize Any Benefits You're Owed Before They Expire

Once you stop working for 60 months, your Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) coverage automatically ends. That means the longer you wait, the less likely you are to get benefits when you apply. People who file on their own without legal help typically don't get benefits without multiple court appeals and a 2-3 year wait. Having a lawyer makes the SSA 3x more likely to award you benefits in just months, not years — and you owe $0 if you don't get disability. Federal law says attorneys cannot charge more than 25% of your lump-sum backpay award or $7,200, but people approved within the last year paid less than half that amount in legal fees.


You pay $0 if you don't get benefits. But if you do, you'll get your first disability payment much sooner and pay nothing out of your own pocket for professional help.

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