Social Security Disability Benefits (SSDI & SSI)

Are you OUT OF WORK due to Health Problems and WORRIED about Paying Your Bills?

Most Americans go to work every day planning to retire on their own terms. But studies from the Social Security Administration (SSA) show that more than 25 percent of today’s 20-year-old Americans will become disabled before reaching age 67. And when disability strikes, it can leave hard-working Americans like you wondering how they’ll support their families.

The good news is financial help is available from the US government.

Social Security Disability Laws Provide You with Powerful Rights!

That’s right!  The Social Security Act is a powerful federal law that can be used to help you recover tens of thousands in back wages and up to $2,700 per month in in what’s known as Social Security Disability (SSDI or SSI) benefits – i.e. cash payments!

And you don’t need to be in a wheelchair to quality!

Regular people with health problems of all kinds get monthly checks from the government every day for such things as:

  • Strokes
  • Head injuries
  • Vision and hearing loss
  • Heart and lung diseases – such as asthma and cystic fibrosis, heart failure or chronic fatigue…
  • Digestive tract problems
  • Back injuries
  • Liver problems
  • Neurological disorders – such as multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, Parkinson’s and epilepsy
  • Blood disorders – such as sickle cell disease, hemophilia and diabetes
  • Mental illness
  • And many many more!

Three (3) Out of Four (4) People are Denied Disability Benefits by the Government – even those with Valid Claims!

The SSA’s own data shows that approximately 75% (3 out of every 4) of people who apply for this much needed money – ON THEIR OWN – are denied…. even if their disability claim is valid!

What you may not realize is that YOU are responsible for PROVING to the government that your disability case qualifies under the social security laws in order to get paid.

That means your case will be evaluated according to federal law and the rules and regulations of the Social Security Administration, whether you understand them or not.

Most importantly, they won’t cut you a break, just because you missed something, said something wrong or made a mistake.

Do You Need a Social Security Disability Attorney to Help You?

You stand to win a check for tens of thousands of dollars in back wages PLUS up to $2,700 per month for as long as your disabled.

But, if your case isn’t handled properly, you could also lose all that money – FOREVER!

So, doesn’t it make perfect sense that having someone on your side who is licensed to practice social security disability law and who does this everyday, would substantially increase your chances of not making a fatal mistake?

And if that’s the case, then why would you go it alone when you could get professional help – at NO out-of-pocket cost to you?!

You Can Afford to Hire an Attorney!

We understand that if you are out of work, your ability to pay for an attorney has been severely impacted.  And you may assume that you can’t afford to hire a disability attorney.

But, at Kahn & Associates, you CAN afford quality representation. That’s because we take cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning we will not require any payment unless and until we are successful in securing benefits for you.

That way, we only succeed when you succeed!

Don’t Delay – Take Action Now For Free!

Get a Free, No Obligation, Confidential Consultation!

To learn more about  your rights under the Social Security Disability laws call our FREE Disability Hotline at 1-866-4-MY-SSDI (469-7734) to speak with one of our friendly disability rights advocates who, once they obtain all the required information, will evaluate your claim in 60 seconds or less or fill out our FREE Disability Case Assessment form and one of our representatives will contact you immediately.

No Recovery, No Fee* – We Only Succeed When Your Succeed!

Remember the advice is Free and if you hire us, your attorney will not get paid until you get paid*!  At Kahn & Associates there is no cost or obligation for you to be informed of your rights!