When you’re sick, do you attempt to treat yourself, or do you head to your doctor’s office? What about if your car breaks down, or if your home needs a repair? Would you do it yourself, or look to the experts?
Chances are you would leave those things to the experts, since you probably have limited experience. So, if you’ve never applied for Social Security Disability Insurance, why would you do it alone?
There are numerous benefits to working with an advocate as you make your way through the twists and turns of the Social Security Administration‘s application process. We’ve talked about these benefits before, and this week we issued a news release to further educate people on the advantages of having an expert on your side.
Take a look below to learn why you should consider consulting an advocate as you apply for the benefits you deserve.
6 Reasons to Get Help When Applying for Social Security Disability Insurance
The Advocator Group explains how an advocate can simplify the disability benefits application process
WAKEFIELD, Mass.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Prescriptions, medical paperwork, legal documents, court hearings, and incoming bills are often challenging realities for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) applicants. What’s often missing is time to focus on your recovery and well-being. On its new blog, The Advocator Group explains, “6 reasons to get help when you apply for disability benefits,” outlining how the guidance of an experienced Social Security advocate can alleviate stress and give you time to focus on you during the SSDI process.
“Becoming disabled brings on a multitude of new experiences for most people, and applying for Social Security benefits is a challenging one to face,” says Brett Albren, President of The Advocator Group. “A lack of experience can make this process extremely difficult to organize and understand, especially when you’ve recently become disabled. Having an experienced advocate on your side helps simplify the process and takes a lot of the burden off of your shoulders.” (more…)