We are hoping that these newly-released glossary terms will make the Social Security Disability application process easier to understand and less stressful on applicants.
Boston, Massachusetts (Vocus/PRWEB) January 21, 2011
SocialSecurity-Disability.org, a leading provider of disability information and resources, has announced the unveiling of its Glossary Term information pages. The organization has created these pages with the goal of providing individuals with the knowledge needed to navigate the Social Security Disability maze. These pages are the most recent addition to the collection of helpful information that SocialSecurity-Disability.org provides to the public 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
“The Social Security Disability application process can be confusing and overwhelming. It doesn't help matters that the terms and jargon used by the majority of disability professionals and organizations may seem like Greek to most applicants. We are hoping that these newly-released glossary terms will make the Social Security Disability application process easier to understand and less stressful on applicants,” said Doug Cochrane, SocialSecurity-Disability.org employee.
Terms like Blue Book, consultative exam, adjudicator, Administrative Law Judge and objective evidence can be confusing to some applicants. By providing the public with a glossary of commonly-used disability terms, SocialSecurity-Disability.org hopes that applicants will be better able to understand the application process and comprehend exactly what is needed from them in order to win their Social Security Disability case.
SocialSecurity-Disability.org is known for their dedication to providing the public with relevant, helpful and accurate information about the Social Security Disability application and appeal processes. The website has published hundreds of informative articles and provides resources and information that can be invaluable to individuals who are applying for disability benefits. Their efforts to educate the public have been recognized by a number of organizations, including the Better Business Bureau.
SocialSecurity-Disability.org never charges for the information provided to the public. The articles, resources and other information provided by the organization are always free of charge. The new Glossary of Terms that has been released on the website will provide the public with information on some of the most common (and most confusing) Social Security Disability terms, breaking down confusing jargon into everyday language that is easy to understand. By providing this free information to the public, SocialSecurity-Disability.org hopes to increase the number of applicants who are able to successfully obtain Social Security Disability benefits.
“Not everyone understands the language used to describe the Social Security Disability application process,” said Cochrane. “If applicants don't understand what is being asked of them or what they are required to do, it can result in a denial of benefits and that is not fair. We want to help applicants understand the language and terms that may be confusing or frustrating to them, and hope to increase their chances of being approved for benefits as a result of better understanding.”
For applicants who are not approved during the initial stage of the application process, SocialSecurity-Disability.org offers advice on how to successfully appeal a denied Social Security claim. The website works to connect disabled individuals with a disability lawyer or advocate in order to receive proper representation through the complicated disability appeal process. Statistics show that applicants who have legal representation during the appeal process are more likely to be awarded benefits, and SocialSecurity-Disability.org wants to make sure applicants have access to the legal representation they need.
Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) are both programs offered by the Federal government to financially assist individuals who are unable to work due to long-term or permanent disability. Unfortunately, navigating the application process to obtain these benefits can be frustrating, stressful and time consuming. SocialSecurity-Disability.org provides free information that helps simplify the process and improves an applicant's chances of a favorable decision.
SocialSecurity-Disability.org is dedicated to providing free access to information about disability benefits. They provide professionally-written articles and other informative resources as well as access to Social Security attorneys who offer advice and support to the individuals who need disability benefits or who have been denied at the initial stage of the application process.
SocialSecurity-Disability.org provides information for individuals who are seeking to receive Social Security Disability benefits or have been denied after applying for Social Security disability. They provide information to individuals who are suffering from disabilities and advise them on how to apply for disability and obtain disability benefits from the Social Security Administration.