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With over 20 years of experience helping people win their disability claim, our knowledgeable staff knows what it takes to win.


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Our team has helped over 10,000 people across the U.S. with their disability claims. Our success rate is 93%! We can help you too.


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Benefits FAQ

Why should I Represent Myself?

Disability Attorneys can be helpful, but they are very expensive. You can win your disability benefits without a lawyer. Read More…

What do I do if I have questions?

Our Community Forum is a great place to ask your questions about the disability claim process. Read More…

But don’t I need a lawyer?

No, you don’t need a lawyer. Everyday, hundreds of people win their disability claim without the help of an expensive lawyer. Read more…

What qualifies me as disabled?

If you have a disability that prevents your from working and is expected to last at least a year or result in death, then you will probably qualify for disability. Read More…