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What Does a Disability Advocate Do?

HANLEY DISABILITY WHAT DOES A Disability Advocate Do? A Social Security Disability advocate is a professional who focuses on the details of applying for disability benefits in the Social Security system, so they can help you through the process. DISABILITY ADVOCATE TRAINING Social Security requires disability advocates to have this preparation: A college degree or equivalent Continuing education training on Social Security regulations Passing score on an exam about Social Security Disability A background check WHAT DISABILITY ADVOCATES DO FOR YOU When you can't work because of serious health problems, a disability advocate can: Organize your medical evidence Fill out your forms 0000 Meet important deadlines Help you appeal a benefits denial Prepare you to speak to a disability judge Represent you in your disability hearing Let Us Help You Win Benefits You get the services of a disability advocate without paying any upfront fees. You only pay a fee when you win benefits. You don't have to face the Social Security Disability process alone. At Hanley Disability, Social Security Disability is all we do. Give us a call. Contact Us Today! 317.290.1800

What Does a Disability Advocate Do?

shared by jfrankhanley on Sep 03
When you can’t work because of serious health problems, Social Security Disability benefits are a financial lifesaver. The process of getting them, though, is trying. A disability advocate can help....


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