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Empower Your Future.

National Disability guides you through every step to secure your rights and benefits.
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We've helped over 48,000 people with the benefits they deserve.

Increase Your Chances of Approval

Having an advocate help with your claim often increases your chance of approval by 300%. If you don't have one, don't worry - we provide one!

No Fee Unless You Win

There are no upfront costs for our help. Our advocates only get paid when they successfully get your claim approved. If you don't receive benefits, you don't pay anything.

Lifetime Benefits + Backpay

The average lifetime benefits a person receives from winning a Social Security Disability claim are often more than $200,000. Don't make a mistake and risk losing this money.

Navigating the complexities of a disability claim can feel daunting, regardless of whether it's your initial application, a denied claim, or a scheduled hearing. Count on us to be your dedicated support, working tirelessly to ensure you secure the rightful benefits you're entitled to.

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How It Works


Find Out What You Qualify For.

Our form will guide you through the benefits qualification process.

SSDI Qualification Form

Connect With a Top Rated Attorney or Advocate.

We partner with attorneys and advocates who can increase your chance of approval by 300%.

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Get the Benefits You Deserve.

You'll be guided through the entire process. If you don't win benefits, you don't pay anything.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Eligibility varies. We offer a free assessment to determine your qualification for benefits. Take the short quiz to see what benefits you may be eligible for here.

No, you don't. You qualify for a disability claim if you have a condition preventing you from holding a full-time job for a minimum of 1 year or longer.

To be considered for disability, you must:

  • No longer be able to work at your previous occupation.
  • Be unable to adjust to another occupation due to your medical condition(s).
  • Have medical condition(s) expected to last for a minimum of 1 year.

Yes, you can receive benefits from both the Social Security Administration and the Department of Veteran Affairs simultaneously. Complete a free evaluation to determine your eligibility.

There is no required wait time. Filing your claim as soon as your medical condition prevents you from working a full-time job is recommended to avoid losing earned benefits.

The amount depends on factors including your past earnings. The national average for disability benefits is approximately $1,200/month. The maximum amount in 2024 is $3,822/month. Complete our free evaluation to see what you could qualify for now.

Once approved, you can receive up to 12 months of back pay for the months prior to your application date.

We'll never charge you anything!

If you do end up hiring one of our partner attorneys or advocates, you'll still pay nothing up front. Your attorney or advocate will take a fixed percentage of your backpay if you win. If you don't win benefits, you won't pay anything.