What Is the Social Security Administration?
Learn More from Our Las Vegas Social Security Disability Representatives
Social Security Administration (SSA) is an independent federal agency that administers social insurance programs
including disability, retirement, and survivors' benefits. To qualify,
employees pay taxes on their wages and earnings and benefits are based
on these contributions. Other benefits, such as Supplemental Security
Income (SSI), are distributed because of a client's need.
According to the Social Security Administration, they have over 1,400 offices
across the nation, including centers for teleservice, their Appeals Council,
as well as partnering with the Disability Determination Services, to deliver
services to those injured and unable to work.
When working with the Social Security Administration, it is essential that
you use reliable communication, and also that you speak their language.
When making a disability case plea, wording plays a major role in effective
communication. Words can easily be misunderstood, twisted or seem unreliable.
The wording in your case must be specific, reliable, and organized in
order to be perceived correctly by a large, bureaucratic institution like
the SSA. For many laymen, wording can be a frustrating prospect. An experienced
advocate can be a powerful asset in communicating with the SSA for disability
Disability Action Advocates, we focus on one thing: Social Security disability claims. With over 20
years of experience and thousands of successful clients, we know how to
Choosing the right
Social Security Disability advocate to represent you greatly improves your success, avoiding the
slightest errors that can significantly delay receiving your benefits.
With our long track record of helping clients present claims, we can thoroughly
prepare your case. On the day of your
disability hearing, an experienced representative 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 office will start your case from the initial
filing and you do not have to wait for a denial. Our team is committed
to providing you with high-quality legal support and we will assist you
in any way we can. We do not receive a fee until you win.
Call us today at (888) 421-8705 for a