Social Security Disability Advocates

Social Security disability advocates offer legal representation to applicants for Social Security disability insurance (SSDI) benefits and SSI disability benefits. Disability advocates can be lawyers or nonlawyers. Both are allowed to charge the same fees, but lawyers have more education and training. SSDI and SSI applicants who are represented by either lawyer or nonlawyer disability advocates are more likely to win disability benefits, and they often don't have to wait as long to get a decision.

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