Social Security Disability Experts, Since 2003
Our Advocates are trained disability benefits experts and know how to prepare high-quality applications for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits.
Freedom Disability is a national Social Security Disability advocacy group. We provide education and representation services to help people with disabilities, in all 50 states and Puerto Rico, file for disability benefits from the Social Security Administration (SSA).
We are professional, compassionate, and responsive to every person who chooses us to advocate for them to get the disability benefits they deserve.
How Our Advocates Work for You
- Your Advocate works with you to build the highest-quality application to give you the best chance to win benefits.
- If your first-time application is denied (most first-time applications are denied), your Advocate will get you through the complicated appeals process.
- Our Advocates understand the challenges you face and are committed to getting you the disability benefits you deserve.
- It is our job to help you get back the freedom to live your life.
More to Know about Our Services
There are no upfront fees required from you for choosing Freedom Disability to help you win disability benefits.
Freedom Disability receives a percentage fee on back benefits for you and your dependents.
Our fee is determined by SSA and should be paid directly to us by SSA in most circumstances. Remember, we don’t get paid unless you are approved.
Freedom Disability provides compassionate and efficient advocacy services to thousands of individuals with disabilities every month.
Our SSA-accredited Advocates had to pass a rigorous testing process from SSA to prove their expertise in the field of Social Security Disability.
Read more about our Freedom Disability Leadership Team.
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