Defenders For You
We bring you to the federal disability claims with ease and professional excellence to get social security benefits.
We have more than 31 years of experience in appeal options for disability and filing disability application for our clients who have had long term disability or other such problems. Even you denied social security benefits could be brought to you if you get to our disability service.
What is social security disability insurance?
SSDI is a benefit to the people who have the inability to work due to specific learning disability or some medical complications. This is funded through the FICA social security payroll taxes which workers’ pay and is a form of insurance which is earned by accumulating work credits throughout the person’s working life.
And whatever you do, in word or deed, do everything in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him.” Colossians 3:17. Our mission is to follow this commandment and make sure we help others out in the name of Lord Jesus.
Who is a disability advocate?
Disability advocate is a professionally trained and qualified advocate who has expertise in getting the approval of social security disability claims
What can your disability advocate do?
We can provide you disability services Parrish with professional expertise as all our disability advocates have the expert idea about Florida state disability laws. Our advocate will help and represent you from initial claim to hearings and reconsiderations.
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The best services ever. They were amazing at guiding and helping me with the paperwork I had to file the case. They guided me with their knowledge and expertise in the field and made sure that I was prepared to appear for my case. I highly appreciate their hard work.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. How does short term disability work?
The short term disability gives employees a benefit to get the specified amount of salary in the case of injury or falling ill and is unable to perform the job duties. This benefit is generally around 40-60 per cent of the employee’s weekly gross income. The short term disability, however, is usually for things that are to be cured in a limited period of time.
2. How long does it take to get disability?
A disability could be developed over time, and there are no certain amount of times to be decided on getting disability. It could be either on an immediate basis or could be developed over a long period of time. Also, claim the disability benefits could be subjective to the situations and could be dependent on different factors of the disability.
3. What is social security disability?
SSDI or Social Security Disability insurance is a way of getting benefits for the workers who are unable to support themselves. However, this is only in the conditions where they have long-lasting medical inability or impairment. If you meet the criteria of work history and medical impairment according to the SSDI, you can claim it regardless of your gender and other such factors.
4. What is my social security disability benefit amount?
As of Nov 2019, the estimated average benefit from social security disability amount was $1,237 per month. This, however, was subjective on different factors including the disability you have got and the lifetime earnings that you have had. The average is just based on the total receiving that people have had from SSDI, and it can vary according to the specific cases.
5. How to get disability for depression?
While the Social Security Administration (SSA) does not have a separate listing for Depression in its Impairment Listing Manual or “Blue Book,” the condition is considered under Section 12.04 Affective Disorders. To qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits on the basis of an affective disorder, your medical records must satisfy the criteria of the above-stated section to make you able to get the disability claimed.
6. How long does it take to get a disability check after approval?
It might take a month or two to get your check processed after the approval of your disability. You might have to wait for even more to receive the payment. This is considered to be the processing time that SSDI takes to clear the payments in every case.
7. What is intellectual disability?
Intellectual disability is the sort of disability that is counted and characterized by significant limitations in thinking, learning, reasoning and such intellectual functions. It could also be counted with adaptive behaviour in an individual. This disability is not found in any functioning of the body but in the ability of the mind.