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When you or a loved one are impaired by a disability that prohibits your ability to earn adequate income, then you may be qualified according to the Social Security Administration to receive disability benefits. These benefits are designed to assist individuals in our country who are simply unable to provide for themselves through traditional means of work due to a long term condition of mental or physical disability.
It is important to understand, however, that embarking on the Social Security Disability or Supplemental Security Incomes disability benefits claims process can be an overwhelming task. That’s why we at Muse Disability Services recommend that you pick up the phone and call us today to begin a conversation about how our team of qualified disability advocates or representatives can best assist you. We have been helping people just like you successfully navigate the lengthy, daunting claims process for more than 25 years.
Don’t let your case be one of the many that receives denied status from the Social Security Administration each year due to a small technical or clerical error, simply because you didn’t have the trained eye of a disability advocate from Muse Disability Services keeping watch over your case proceedings. The disability claims process will require a thorough construction of evidence of your medical and work history, including documentation from past employers, medical facilities and lab testing.
Our team of qualified representatives here at Muse Disability Services receive ongoing professional training and development in order to stay up to date on the best methods for gathering and highlighting the most important information and details of claims cases like yours. Our full attention is focused on earning you the disability benefits qualification that you deserve. We hope that you will contact us today to speak with one of our highly trained professional disability advocates about the specifics of your unique Social Security Disability or Supplemental Security Income benefits claim.