What is the Social Security Administration?
When working with the Social Security Administration (SSA), it is essential that you tell the truth, but also that you speak their language. An experienced attorney can be an essential asset in communicating with the SSA for disability benefits. At Disability Action Advocates, we focus on one thing: Social Security claims. With 20 years of experience and thousands of successful claimants, we know how to get results. The SSA is the arm of teh U.S. federal government that is responsible for all types of Social Security benefits. This can include retirement, disability, Medicare and more.
According to the Social Security Administration,
[They] deliver services through a nationwide network of over 1,400 offices that include regional offices, field offices, card centers, teleservice centers, processing centers, hearing offices, the Appeals Council, and our State and territorial partners, the Disability Determination Services.
All disability claims are made through one of the various regional SSA offices. The words used and the information gathered in a disability claim can make all the difference in the eventual case result. Choosing the right attorney or advocate to represent you helps you avoid the slightest errors that can significantly delay your receiving benefits. Telling the truth is imperative. The way you tell it, however, is essential to it being perceived correctly by a large, bureaucratic institution like the SSA. With our long track record of helping clients present claims, we can thoroughly prepare your case. On the day of your disability hearing, an AV rated attorney from DAA can help ensure things go smoothly from start to finish.
Proven Legal Support for Disability Claimants
We work with all types of people, from homeless veterans to business owners who become disabled. Our firm will start your case from the initial filing and you do not have to wait for a denial. We also do not require a doctor letter saying you are disabled. Our team will assist you in any way we can, and are committed to providing you with high quality legal support. We do not receive a fee until you win. Call us today for a free consultation.