You can apply for Social Security Disability benefits yourself, or you can apply with the help of an advocate or attorney.

The Social Security Administration (SSA) accepts claims from people over the phone, in person at a local SSA  office, or online at www.SSA.gov. If you file the claim yourself, then you are wholly responsible for filling out  the forms, for compiling your medical records and documentation, and for keeping track of the process and corresponding with the SSA. What a confusing process!

For this reasonalmost 65% of all initial claims are rejected by the SSA.

Fill out this free DISABILITY EVALUATION FORM to have a disability advocate or attorney contact you and help to explore your options.vigating the process increase greatly when you work with a highly skilled disability advocate or attorney. Not only can they help when it comes to the actual preparation and execution of your claim (or appeal, if necessary), they can also be your guide, limiting the stress and confusion of what can be a complex and time-intensive process. You should stay at home and heal at let your attorney or advocate take care of the government and the process.

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Fill out this FREE DISABILITY EVALUATION FORM. THERE IS NO FEE. THERE IS NO OBLIGATION. THIS IS A COMPLETELY FREE EVALUATION OF YOUR CLAIM OPTIONS.

Disclaimer: Klain and associates, LLC is a nationwide advocacy service which is privately held.  No relationship is formed by you using our website nor by entering or accessing any information.   The information on this website is intended solely for general information and in no way constitutes legal advice.  For more information about your specific situation, please consult with one of our advocates or attorneys.  The Social Security Administration, nor any other government organization, is affiliated with our website.