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Free Disability Evaluation
This website makes the legal counsel
and services of disability advocates and attorneys available to
disabled Americans across the United States. The evaluation below is
100% FREE with no obligation. The help of a Social Security
Disability advocate or attorney may improve your chances of
approval, get you approved more quickly and potentially increase the
benefits amount you are awarded with no out-of-pocket costs to you.
This website is not affiliated with the
Social Security Administration. If you choose to apply without
representation, you may do so at no cost on the
is something most people do not like to think about. But the chances
that you will become disabled probably are greater than you realize.
Studies show that a 20-year-old worker has a 3 in 10 chance of
becoming disabled before reaching retirement age.
This website provides basic information on Social Security disability benefits but is not intended to answer all questions. For specific information about your situation, you should talk with a Social Security advocate or attorney. You can get a Free Disability Evaluation by filling in the form above.
Social Security pays benefits to people who cannot work because
they have a medical condition that is expected to last at least one
year or result in death. Federal law requires this very strict
definition of disability. While some programs give money to people
with partial disability or short-term disability, Social Security
Certain family members of disabled workers can also receive money from Social Security.
You should apply for disability benefits as soon as you become
disabled. It can take a long time to process an application for
disability benefits (three to five months). To apply for disability
benefits, you will need to complete an application for Social
Security Benefits and the Disability Report. For faster service you may want to have
Social Security Advocate or Attorney help in the filing process.
This is some of the information that will be needed to get the
The information the SSA office needs, includes:
• Your Social Security number;
• Your birth or baptismal certificate;
• Names, addresses and phone numbers of the doctors, caseworkers, hospitals and clinics that took care
of you and dates of your visits;
• Names and dosage of all the medicine you take;
• Medical records from your doctors, therapists, hospitals, clinics and caseworkers that you already have in
• Laboratory and test results;
• A summary of where you worked and the kind of work you did; and
• A copy of your most recent W-2 Form or, if you are self-employed, a federal tax return for the past year.