Kentucky Social Security Disability Advocate
In Kentucky, the most trusted name in the business of disability benefits assistance is Muse Disability Services. Our team of certified, experienced disability advocates and representatives are committed to providing you or your loved one with a disability with the help you need to successfully file your disability benefits claim to the Social Security Administration. We won’t rest until we know that we have done everything possible to ensure that your Social Security Disability or Supplemental Security Income benefits claim has been constructed in the most evidence-based, strong way possible. Our goal is the same as yours: to secure the disability assistance you or your loved one needs and deserves.
The first step in the Social Security Disability or Supplemental Security Income benefits claim filing process is to contact us at 1-800-922-4011, so that we can assess your situation to determine whether or not you meet the filing criteria. We will walk with you through the standards set by the Social Security Administration to ensure that you understand whether or not you are qualified to file, and then begin the work of gathering your paperwork if we are able to determine that you do qualify.
The background research and leg work involved in collecting all the necessary work and medical documentation to create a successful Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income benefits case can be laborious. This is why there are thousands of cases each year that are denied by the Social Security Administration because untrained individuals weren’t able to construct and present a full or thorough work or medical history, or to highlight the most pertinent information within those records in order to adequately demonstrate their level of disability. A Muse Disability Services representative will devote their attention entirely to ensuring that your case amply demonstrates to the Social Security Administration the most relevant and compelling specifics of your case of mental or physical impairment and your subsequent need for disability assistance. Contact us today to learn more.