Disability Helpers LLC
800-381-3755

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Our team of dedicated representatives are well-versed in social security disability. This gives us an edge when dealing with Social Security. We have a complete understanding of the rules and regulations set by the Social Security Administration. We stay current on any changing laws because we only concentrate in Social Security unlike other firms who practice many different laws and don't have time to focus on one. Disability Helpers are highly trained professionals who fight against Social Security Disability to obtain benefits that are rightfully yours. The benefits of Disability Helpers are numerous. At Disability Helpers, we offer a high level of service fast response times and the peace of mind that comes with hiring professionals.

 

We offer free initial consultations. Please call our toll free number at 800-381-3755 for your free consultation.

 FAQ's

 Why should I apply for benefits? Entitlement to Social Security Disability allows you to receive monthly disability benefit checks for you and sometimes your family members. In most cases, you will also receive a lump sum payment for back benefits owed to you. You become eligible for Medicare after twenty-four months of collecting disability benefits.

is there a time limit on Social Security Disability benefits?  No. Your disability benefits will continue as long as your medical condition has not improved and you cannot work.

I receive Social Security disability benefits. Will my Social Security benefits change when I turn full retirement age? When you reach full retirement age, nothing will change, except for Social Security purposes, your benefits will be called retirement benefits instead of disability benefits. You don not need to take any action.

If I go back to work, will I automatically lose my benefits? No, the Social Security Administration has several work incentives that may help you to return to work without losing your benefits.

Do I automatically get Medicare benefits if I'm eligible for Disability benefits? The Social Security Administration will automatically enroll you in Medicare after you get disability benefits for two years.


           

 

                   

 

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