Apply for Social Security Disability Benefits
If you need Social Security disability benefits, fill out the form below and we’ll provide you with a no-obligation review of your case.
Find out if you’re eligible for disability benefits, and what you can do to improve your chances of success.
Our step-by-step process makes it easy to understand SSD benefits and your chances of approval. Get started now with the form below.
When you’re ready for your free disability benefits evaluation, we’re here to help.
Do You Need Disability Benefits in Arizona?
Every year in Arizona, more than 15,000 residents apply for Social Security disability benefits because of disabilities or diseases.
According to the Social Security Administration, less than 37 percent of these applicants are approved for disability benefits the first time they apply.
That means more than 60 percent of applicants are denied, and chances of success are even lower for those who apply on their own.
In fact, more than 70 percent of Arizona residents who apply on their own are denied Social Security disability benefits. The reasons for being denied Social Security disability benefits vary, but the fact remains that it’s difficult to succeed while going it alone.
Fortunately, there’s a way to put the odds of success back in your favor. With the help of experienced SSD attorney Jared Everton, of JacksonWhite Attorneys at Law, you can significantly improve your chances of getting approved for Social Security disability benefits in Arizona.
Ready to start? Call Jared today at 1-888-653-1146 to learn how we can help you today.
Navigating the Social Security Disability Benefits Process
After the initial application, less than half of applicants will continue on to the appeals process, and only 15 percent of those will be approved. So even after several attempts, you may find it just as difficult to get the financial help you need.
The SSD benefits application process is complex, but at JacksonWhite Law, we can simplify your options and ensure you have a clear legal plan of action.
In Arizona, applicants who are represented by an attorney are three times more likely to get approved for SSD benefits. With the dedicated, knowledgeable services provided by Jared Everton, you’ll have the opportunity to get closer than ever to SSD benefits approval.
Understanding SSD Benefits in Arizona
The key to higher approval rates is understanding the process that the SSA uses to determine SSD eligibility. At JacksonWhite Law, we can break down the process step-by-step to give you the most clear, logical understanding of the process ahead.
The determining factors in your eligibility include:
- Employment status
- Monthly income
- Severity of your condition
- Eligibility of your condition
- Work abilities
Your eligibility for SSD benefits will be based on this and other relevant information. To learn more about the qualifications process, visit our page on how to qualify for Social Security disability.
Get the Help You Need with Jared Everton
Jared’s knowledge, expertise and compassionate, dedicated services offer his clients an ideal approach to the SSD benefits process.
Jared is a member of the National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives (NOSSCR) and is extremely familiar with all stages of the application process.
At JacksonWhite, we handle SSD cases on a contingency basis, which means that if you don’t win your case, you don’t pay.
Whether you’re applying for benefits for the first time, or have already been denied, we can help you determine your options and the best legal paths available. We’ll help you portray your diseases or disabilities to the Social Security Administration accurately and fairly.
Call our office today at 1-888-653-1146 to schedule your free consultation. We’ll review your information, explain the SSD qualification process more in-depth, and help you decide if you should pursue a claim.
Call 1-888-653-1146 to schedule your free SSD benefits consultation today.
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