THINKING ABOUT APPLYING FOR DISABILITY?
UNABLE TO RETURN TO WORK?
Has life taken an unexpected turn and you can no longer work. Are you thinking about applying for disability? Contact us now for a free case review.
We are a local disability advocacy service for adults and children. We are trained and qualified to process legal, medical, and technical social security issues. We are knowledgeable of the social security disability rules, regulations, and appeal processes needed to receive an approval of disability cases. We process claims for the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia (DMV) areas.
DMV Disability Advocates are non-attorney representatives that are committed to helping you apply for and get the benefits you are entitled to. You can rely on us to assist you in claiming your disability benefits from the SSA.
Many disability advocates or attorney's handle a large volume of cases and may not be able to provide you with the individual attention you need. At DMV Disability Advocates we understand your concerns and needs. That is why we provide each client with quality time, attention, and care. Give us a call to see if you qualify.
Our team of committed representatives understand the importance of your case. With experience in a wide array of social security disability areas, such as, Disability Claims, SSI (Adult & Child), Disabled Widow Benefits, Retirement Benefits and OverPayments, DMV Disability Advocates will handle all of your social security needs with care and professionalism. Contact us today.
SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY
DISABLED WIDOW BENEFITS
Have a Disability Question? Call us today.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
WHAT IS SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY(SSDI)?
SSDI is like any other insurance that you pay a premium for. You have to work long enough (paying for your premium) to receive SSDI. In some cases there are certain family members that my also be able to receive benefits.
WHAT IS CONSIDERED A DISABILITY?
The person should not be engaged in any substanital gainful activity and the person's condition should have lasted twelve continuous months or be expected to last tweleve months.
WHAT IS SSI?
SSI pays benefits to those who have low or no income. They are considered people in need. You must meet the definition of a disablity.
AM I ELIGIBLE TO APPLY?
You must meet the definition of a disability to qualify and have enough work credits or be in need.
HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO GET SSDI/SSI?
The time can vary. It can take up to 18 -24 months depending on various factors, such as, receipt of your medical records, the type or kind of disabilty claim, or being sent to a consultative examination.
WHAT IS AN APPEAL?
If you were denied SSDI/SSI you can appeal your claim. Generally, you can appeal within 60 days from the date you received your denial letter. There appeals that are available are at the reconsideration level, hearing level, Appeals Council and Federal court review.
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