How to apply for disability
If you are living with a physical or mental disability that prevents you from being able to work and provide for yourself, there is a chance that you may qualify for disability benefits from the Social Security Administration. The criteria set for this qualification is one our trained team of professionals here at Muse Disability Services is very familiar with due to our decades of experience. With one simple phone call, we can help you determine whether you may have a case to claim for Social Security Disability or Supplemental Security Income benefits. The evaluation we provide will be completely free of cost to you whether or not you meet qualification.
Once your physical or mental impairment has been determined to possibly qualify you for disability benefits, then our friendly representatives here at Muse will assist you in beginning the process of filing a claim with the Social Security Administration. This process is known to be one that is lengthy and cumbersome, requiring a large amount of paperwork and documentation. This is where having a trained professional who is familiar with the process, and fully focused on the proceedings of your individual disability claims case can prove to be so helpful. Many individuals have attempted to file for their Social Security Disability or Supplemental Security Income on their own, only to discover that their claim was denied due to simple paperwork or deadline error.
The disability claims process begins with an initial step to provide evidence to the Social Security Administration of you current employment status. During this phase of the claims process, the goal will be to determine whether or not you are earning income over the level of Substantial Gainful Activity, or SGA, as set by the Social Security Administration on an annual basis. Your Muse representative will then help to gather the documentation and medical evidence you will need to prove whether or not your level of impairment impedes your ability to meet this level of income, and to what degree. All of this information, along with a consideration of your background, work history and potential ability to acquire work that could bring in income contributes to the final decision of the Social Security Administration.
Muse Disability Services can help you build the best case possible for your disability benefits, and we are eager to help you do so. Give us the chance to assist you in earning the support that you need and deserve by calling us today at 1-800-922-4011.