No Longer Able To Work Due To A Disability?

We can help you apply or appeal for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI).

Do Not Go Through The Process Alone

If you are unable or no longer able to work due to a disability, you should get the benefits that you need.

Unfortunately, the majority of claims for disability benefits are denied in the initial stages. Whether you’ve had your application denied, or you are still completing your application, a disability attorney can help you navigate the process and obtain the disability benefits that you’re owed.

You should not have to go through the process alone.

With the help of a disability attorney, you can increase the chances of receiving your monthly cash benefits.

Do I Qualify?

Millions of people receive Social Security Disability benefits. Call us at 833-MY-DISABILITY (833-693-4722) or complete our evaluation form.

Se Habla EspañolSi tiene preguntas sobre beneficios de seguro por incapacidad, llame al 833-MI-DISABILITY (833-643-4722) o envíenos un correo electrónico a

Why Hire National Disability Alliance?

Our disability team is dedicated to helping people with disabilities get the financial assistance they need and understand the benefits application and appeals process.

If you cannot work due to a disability, your health should come first. You should not have to worry about the cost of our services.

We only get paid if you win. Our firm operates on a contingency basis. You pay nothing out of pocket for our disability services. If your claim is approved, the fee will be paid by Social Security out of your past due benefits.

Do you qualify? Call us for a free case review to find out.

Social Security Disability: Helpful Links

Benefits For You Or Your Family

We may able to help you obtain SSDI or SSI benefits for you, your spouse, your children or other dependents you may have.

How To Apply And Appeal

Most people who send their initial applications for disability benefits get denied. Let us walk you through the appeals process.

Types of Disabilities

The Social Security Administration keeps a list of disabilities in order to evaluate claims. See if your disability is listed.

Have Questions?

We have compiled answers to some of the most common questions about Social Security disability benefits.

Disability Benefits Programs

Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI)

SSDI gives money to disabled people with qualifying work histories. Your work history and earnings determine how much you get in cash payments.

The longer you’ve worked, and the more you’ve paid into Social Security, the more you may be eligible to receive.

Find out if you are entitled to monthly SSDI benefits. Call us today.

Supplemental Security Income (SSI)

SSI gives money to those who are blind, disabled or over 65 with limited financial resources. Your current living situation determines eligibility and cash payments. The less you earn, and the fewer assets that you have, the more you may receive in cash payments. Some states supplement the federal rate with an additional cash benefit.

Find out how much you can get in monthly SSI benefits. Call us today.

What To Know About Disability Benefits

Definition of "Disability"

The Social Security Administration uses a certain definition of “disability” to evaluate claims. This definition is different from how most people talk about disabilities.

To determine if you are disabled, the Social Security Administration will ask the following questions. However, some exceptions may apply.

  • Do you work less than 20 hours per week?
  • Is your condition severe and interfering with basic work activities?
  • Are you currently receiving treatment for your condition?
  • Is your condition expected to last at least 12 months?

If you said YES to all four questions, you may be entitled to Social Security Disability benefits. Call us today to find out.

Why Disability Claims Get Denied

The majority of people who apply for benefits get denied in the initial stages. That’s why you should not do the process on your own. Here are the most common reasons that disability benefits claims get rejected.

  • Nature of Your Disability — Your disability is not considered severe enough to interfere with basic work activities, or is determined to improve within a year.
  • Work, Income or Assets — You are determined to have enough financial resources or are assumed to be able to work.
  • Difficult Application Process — You missed one out of hundreds of questions on the application or missed an inconveniently timed contact attempt from the Social Security Administration or Disability Office.

If your claim is rejected, you may still have options. Make sure the appeal is completed in a timely manner. The Social Security Administration places time limits on appeals processes. If your claim has been denied, connect with our firm to discuss your options.

Your Options After Denial

If your claim is denied, you typically have to respond within 60 days of the decision to appeal the rejection. The disability process occurs at these levels:

  • Initial Application — This is the first level of review for your disability benefits application.
  • Reconsideration — A new evaluator will reconsider your claim for medical or non-medical reasons.
  • Hearing — An administrative law judge independently decides the validity of your claim.
  • Review by Appeals Council — The appeals council will review the decision made by the administrative law judge.
  • Federal Court Review — A civil suit is filed with the federal court.

If you need assistance with your initial application or an appeal, contact us for a free consultation regarding your legal options.

Find Out If You Qualify

If you are unable or no longer able to work due to a disability, you should get
the benefits that you need. Get a free case review today.

Complete our form below or call us at 833-MY-DISABILITY .