Many individuals are unaware that by hiring a team of Social Security advocates for the disabled, you can dramatically increase your chances of being approved for disability benefits by as much as 75 percent.

If you or someone you know recently became disabled and can no longer work, it is helpful to know that you have options for a better future through the support of dedicated professionals.

Need immediate support with disability benefits? Complete this brief form or call us at the number above!

Why Use a Disability Benefits Advocate?

Support for the journey starts with a team of disability representatives that are skilled and experienced in helping individuals, like you, file for Social Security Disability benefits. This is because the application process is difficult and cumbersome.

Then, as your disability claim moves through the Social Security Administration (SSA) review process, you want to have a team continue to support you through the appeal and approval process.

In addition to increasing your chances of approval, working with an advocate to represent you before the SSA helps establish the credibility of your disability case.

Disability advocates have experience with thousands of applications, have special knowledge about each disabling medical condition or mental illness that you or someone you know may be experiencing, and have a deep understanding of other key aspects of SSA guidelines and procedures.

Social Security Disability advocates also know how to prepare your medical evidence and statements for an appeal hearing and even represent you before an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ), which is critical to increase your chances of being approved for disability benefits.

Is There a Cost to Use a Disability Advocate?

The SSA regulates legal fees for disability representation. Part of the requirement is that Social Security Disability advocates work on contingency, meaning that your representative does not get paid unless your disability case wins approval.

Specific to costs, disability advocates are only permitted to receive up to 25 percent of your back pay (or retroactive past-due benefits) up to $6,000.

Back pay is the total amount of monthly benefits starting from when you became disabled or applied for benefits and concludes at the date you officially start receiving benefits.

Our Team Works for You to Receive Disability Benefits

At Crest SSD, our close-knit team of Social Security Disability advocates will work hard on your disability case to help you win the benefits you deserve.

Our team will stay on top of each aspect of the disability application process to help you advance toward being awarded benefits, while helping take the stress off you during this difficult time for you and your family.

We are proud of our track record and approach to representing applicants through the entire process. You can expect to receive the following exemplary professional services on the journey to receiving benefits:

  • Care and understanding of your disability situation.
  • Careful attention to critical details.
  • Deep knowledge of the disability application process.
  • Expert representation during a disability hearing.

Ready to increase your chances of being approved? Complete this free questionnaire or contact us today at the number above to find expert support on the path to receiving Social Security Disability benefits.