- After You're Approved: Keeping Your Disability Benefits
- Disability Benefits Information
- Eligibility for Social Security Disability Benefits
- Filing for Social Security Disability or SSI
- Legal Representation for Social Security Disability Cases
- Medical Conditions - Eligibility for Disability Benefits
- Questions About Social Security Disability and SSI Benefits
- Social Security Denials and Appeals
- Social Security Disability Basics
- Tips for Winning Your Social Security or SSI Disability Case
- When Do the Checks Start After Social Security Disability is Approved?
- Is There a Social Security Disability Asset Limit?
- Can Someone Claim Social Security Disability If They Have Never Worked?
- Social Security Disability: The Importance of the Last Insured Date (LID)
- What Benefits Can I Get from Social Security Disability?
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Applying for Social Security disability benefits with or without an advocate can be difficult due to how long a claim can take and the high chance of being denied. Statistically, 70% of all SSDI and SSI claims are denied after the initial application. What does this mean for SSD and SSI applicants who are disabled and need help? That they should follow this advice tip: learn everything you can about the approval system to better your chances of winning on appeal, with or without the help of a disability attorney or lawyer.
The information, tips and advice presented here can help you understand:
- How to apply for benefits with the Social Security Administration
- How the SSDI and SSI system works
- What SSA doesn't tell you about the application and appeal process
- What you can do on your own as a disabled applicant to help your case
- When you should consider getting a disability representative or attorney, and
- What you should never do that might potentially harm your case.