SocialSecurity-Disability.org Unveils New Disabling Conditions Articles

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SocialSecurity-Disability.org unveils a multitude of informative website articles focusing on disabling condition information in order to help Social Security Disability applicants.

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We hope to help future Social Security Disability applicants avoid the appeal process by providing them with the information needed to file a successful claim in the initial stage of the disability application process

SocialSecurity-Disability.org, a leading provider of disability information and resources, has announced the unveiling of its Disabling Conditions Information pages. These pages have been created to provide disabled individuals with information pertaining to their specific medical condition and how that condition affects their Social Security Disability claim. SocialSecurity-Disability.org offers free access to a wealth of Social Security Disability topics 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

“Millions of Americans live with debilitating conditions that prevent them from performing gainful work activity,” said Doug Cochrane, a SocialSecurity-Disability.org employee. “The financial burden caused by this circumstance can be overwhelming. By providing these individuals with access to much-needed information and advice, we can help them obtain the disability benefits they so desperately need.”

One of the most confusing issues for many Social Security Disability applicants is whether or not their particular disability qualifies them for benefits. By providing applicants with detailed information pertaining to a wide range of disabling conditions and how those disabling conditions affect Social Security Disability eligibility, SocialSecurity-Disability.org is making the application process much easier to navigate.

SocialSecurity-Disability.org is known for their dedication to providing the public with relevant, helpful and accurate information about the disability application and appeal processes. The website has published hundreds of informative articles and their efforts to educate the public have been recognized by a number of renowned organizations, including the Better Business Bureau.

The information and resources available on the SocialSecurity-Disability.org website are offered to the public free of charge. The new disabling conditions articles that have been released on the website will provide the public with information on a variety of disabling conditions including information about the symptoms of the conditions, how the conditions may interfere with one's ability to maintain employment, how the Social Security Administration evaluates a particular condition, and how an applicant can increase his or her chances for disability approval.

By providing this free information to the public, SocialSecurity-Disability.org hopes to increase the number of applicants who are able to successfully obtain disability benefits.

“Many of the individuals who are denied Social Security Disability benefits are approved later on during the appeal process," said Cochrane. "Unfortunately, this means that these individuals must wait months or even years before receiving the benefits that they are rightfully entitled to. We hope to help future disability applicants avoid the common pitfalls by providing them with the information needed to file a successful claim.”

For applicants who have not been approved at the initial stage of the Social Security Disability application process, SocialSecurity-Disability.org offers advice on how to successfully appeal a denied disability claim. The website works to connect disabled individuals with a Social Security attorney or advocate who can offer representation through the complicated disability appeal process.

Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) are programs funded by the federal government, and they offer financial assistance to individuals who are unable to work due to long-term or permanent disability. These programs have very strict requirements and navigating the disability application process can be stressful, complicated and time-consuming. There are guidelines in place that help the Social Security Administration prevent fraud and to protect innocent citizens, but these guidelines can also pose a burden to those with legitimate disability claims.

The SocialSecurity-Disability.org website provides the public with insight into the application and appeals processes and helps applicants understand what information is needed to file a successful disability claim.

SocialSecurity-Disability.org is dedicated to providing free access to information about disability benefits. They provide professionally written articles and access to disability experts who offer advice and support to individuals who need or have been denied disability benefits.

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SocialSecurity-Disability.org provides information for individuals who are seeking to receive Social Security Disability benefits or for those who have been denied by the SSA. They inform those with disabilities about how to apply for and ultimately how to get disability benefits.

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