By Jim of Allsup
People who apply for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits often have a lot of questions.
Where do you apply for Social Security disability? Who can apply? How can you find out if you are eligible or possibly qualified for SSDI benefits?
For the first time, people with severe disabilities have an easy way to get a lot of these questions answered—and fast.
With empower by Allsup, people can receive a free online assessment of their likelihood of being eligible for SSDI benefits.
They can find easy to understand information on their desktop, laptop, tablet or mobile device.
They can also start their SSDI application from the convenience of their own home, and receive 24/7 customer support, as well as user friendly videos and audio to walk them through the Social Security disability process.
It’s a one-of-a-kind experience exclusively for Allsup customers, and we hope you like it.
Another feature of the new empower by Allsup is the ability to learn about returning to work, once you receive SSDI benefits and when you medically recover. There are so many important benefits to the SSDI program—that’s why you shouldn’t give up.
Your SSDI Application: Do It Right The First Time
It’s no secret that applying for and receiving SSDI benefits can be one of the most disheartening, stressful and frustrating experiences for millions of people with severe disabilities.
The Social Security disability backlog continues to get worse, which means the best opportunity someone has to receive SSDI is to make sure you qualify with your initial application, and do it right the first time.
By using empower by Allsup, we hope you can discover the smart, easy, helpful way to apply for Social Security disability benefits.
We want to help you do it right the first time—and avoid the hearing backlog that now stretches past 530 days.
Plus, best of all, empower by Allsup’s web-based technology is paired with Allsup expert disability representation by your side, all along the way.
Here at Allsup—we believe this is a better way to apply for SSDI.