We're Disrupting The Claim Process.
Think of us as your guides through the intricate path of disability claims. Our mission is to demystify the complexities, providing clarity, support, and a sense of empowerment every step of the way.See if you Qualify
What Makes Us Different?
At the heart of National Disability Benefits is a passionate team committed to making a difference. Our diverse team brings together expertise, empathy, and innovation to redefine the way individuals experience the claims process.
We understand that every story is unique, and our approach reflects that. From the initial application to navigating denials, we provide dedicated support tailored to your specific needs.Apply Now
Get Benefits 3x More Often
Having one of our advocates help with your claim increases your chance of approval by 300% versus apply on your own. We're here to be your relentless advocates, ensuring your voice is heard and your story is told.
No Fee Unless You Win
No upfront costs, no financial burden. At National Disability Benefits, we operate on a success-driven model. If you don't receive benefits, you won't pay a dime.
Life Changing Impact
The average lifetime benefits from a successful Social Security Disability claim exceed $200,000. Don't miss out on this opportunity; let National Disability Benefits guide you to a future of financial security.
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.