They need the financial assistance and medical coverage, and they need it now, not next year.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) November 18, 2011
SocialSecurity-Disability.org, a leading provider of disability information, articles and resources, is acknowledging November as Lung Cancer Awareness month. Each year, lung cancer kills more people in the United States than any other form of cancer. Individuals who are suffering from the condition are usually unable to work due to the effects of this disabling condition and the side effects of necessary treatments. This is why SocialSecurity-Disability.org is ensuring that these people have access to the Social Security Disability resources they need.
In order to promote Lung Cancer Awareness, SocialSecurity-Disability.org is promoting articles and pages on its site pertaining to lung cancer and Social Security Disability benefits. These articles are being promoted through social media outlets including Twitter and Facebook, among others, and they hope that this effort will promote awareness of lung cancer and its devastating effects. The organization is also promoting information and pages on its website that provides information to those who have been diagnosed with lung cancer and their families.
“People who suffer from lung cancer are usually completely unable to work,” said Chris Casey, SocialSecurity-Disability.org associate editor, “and because the disability claim process can be so lengthy and confusing, these individuals often aren’t awarded the Social Security Disability benefits they need in time to make a difference. We want to change that by providing these disability applicants with the information and resources they need in order to experience a quick and hassle-free approval of their Social Security Disability claims, and our efforts during this promotional month are a step in the right direction.”
While the Social Security Administration is trying to reduce the backlog of disability claims that they currently have in the system, continuously incoming claims are not making the issue any easier. Budget cuts and other administrative issues are not helping matters any either. That should not, however, result in lung cancer disability applicants waiting months or years before being approved for disability benefits from the Social Security Administration.
SocialSecurity-Disability.org is known for their dedication to providing the public with relevant, helpful and accurate advice regarding the disability application and appeal processes. The SocialSecurity-Disability.org website has published hundreds of informative articles and has been providing the resources and information that the public needs in order to understand the disability claim process and win their claims for Social Security Disability benefits. The organization's efforts to educate the public have been recognized by a number of organizations, including the Better Business Bureau.
“We understand that lung cancer patients need to get access to those Social Security Disability benefits as quickly as possible. They need the financial assistance and medical coverage, and they need it now, not next year,” said Casey. “We want to put these applicants in touch with disability lawyers who can help them through the Social Security Disability claim process, increasing their chances of a faster approval of their Social Security Disability claims.”
SocialSecurity-Disability.org is dedicated to providing the public with free access to the information and resources they need to make the process of obtaining disability benefits easier and less stressful. The organization provides professionally-written articles and an online library of other informative resources for disability applicants. The website also provides access to Social Security attorneys who offer advice and support to the individuals who are in need of Social Security Disability benefits.
SocialSecurity-Disability.org provides information for individuals who are hoping to receive disability benefits and to those who have been denied after applying for disability. We offer information to individuals who are suffering from disabilities and advise them on how to apply for and obtain the Social Security Disability benefits they need from the Social Security Administration.