Free Evaluation

You have the right to a free no cost evaluation. Fill out the form below for a no obligation evaluation of your claim by a professional SSDI representative. By getting a disability representative, you increase your chance of being awarded your SSDI benefits quickly and may actually increase the benefit amount.

We only work with SSA qualified Social Security Disability representatives and lawyers who do not charge a fee until you win. Beware, there are some lawyers who can and will charge you for time even if you lose your claim.


If you have had your Social Security disability application denied recently, act now. You have less than 60 days to appeal and may still have time for a qualified Social Security disability attorney to review your claim and get you the benefits you are entitled. If you delay and pass the deadline, you will have to start an entirely new claim.

Recently Diagnosed?

If you have been recently diagnosed by a medical professional with a terminal cancer or inoperable cancer such as Adrenal Cancer, Anaplastic Adrenal Cancer, Bladder Cancer, Bone Cancer, Breast Cancer, Esophageal Cancer, Gallbladder Cancer, Inflammatory Breast Cancer, Kidney Cancer, Large Intestine Cancer, Liver Cancer, Ovarian Cancer, Pancreatic Cancer, Small Cell Lung Cancer, or Thyroid Cancer, we may be able to get your benefits to you even faster due to this terminal diagnosis. Be sure to have medical evidence of this diagnosis and indicate this on the application. These, along with others, are part of Social Security's CAL or Compassionate Allowance List and are treated differently from an ordinary claim.

What is SSDI?

Social Security Disability Insurance or SSDI is a large Federal Assistance Program which helps provide financial assistance to those individuals with disabilities. Specific medical criteria outlined by the Social Security Administration (SSA) is required to receive benefits from SSA. Social Security Disability Insurance offers benefits to disabled people who have worked 5 out of the last 10 years and therefore insured.

After filing your application for social security disability benefits, SSA will decide whether you meet its definition of disability. Disability, according to SSA, is defined as an individual who is unable to work as they did before, nor can they adjust their work because of medically proven condition(s), and their disability will last or has lasted at least twelve months. The Social Security Administration requires medical records of your condition and, if necessary, will seek other information about employment history, workers' compensation, insurance, savings and investments.