Best & Worst States to Apply for SSI & SSDI Infographic Launched by Myler Disability

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How hard is it to get Social Security in your home State? Myler Disability has created a new infographic showing, as of 2013, which U.S. states are the easiest or most difficult to apply for and win Social Security Disability claims.

This infographic is the perfect resource to help anyone visualize SSI or SSDI in each U.S. state, including basics of eligibility and the best ways to apply.

Myler Disability, one of the largest Social Security advocates in the country, has researched and created an infographic to visually represent the disparity between the best and the worst states to apply for Supplemental Security Income & Social Security Disability (SSI and SSDI). This infographic uses graphs and statistics on each U.S. state showing acceptance rates and a national average. You can also find information on first time application requests and reconsideration appeals along with the number of cases approved or dismissed and their potential processing times.

For example, did you know that of American disability applicants who attend hearings, judges award benefits to about 46% of them. However, rates in some states are significantly lower like in Alaska’s whose rate is only 17 percent.

Myler Disability knows that their clientele is better off the more informed they are about the processes and difficulties that arise when applying for SSI or SSDI. This infographic is the perfect resource to help anyone understand SSI or SSDI, including basics of eligibility and the best ways to apply.

The infographic concept emerged from the advocates at Myler Disability who understand that SSI and SSDI can be very confusing. By creating this visual Mylar Disability, has made it much easier to understand what is required to apply for SSI or SSDI.

About Myler Disability
Myler Disability represents clients from all around the country that need consultations in preparing first time applications or representation in the court on reconsideration appeals with SSI or SSDI. Myler Disability expects their new infographic will help enhance efficiency in serving the first time clients in all the states and continue to widen its customer base with a more convenient information module.

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Jason Bulloch

SS Advocate
Myler Disability
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Myler Disability
since: 05/2012
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