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Social Security Disability Advocate Andrew Mathis

Disability Benefits Maryland, Virginia & DC (SSDI)


    Do You Need Financial Help? Talk to Our Disability Advocates.

    You wish you could support yourself and your family, but right now, it’s just too difficult. You’re dealing with health issues keeping you out of work. But you still need to put food on the table and pay your bills.

    Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits could help you.

    The government provides SSD benefits in the form of monthly checks. With these benefits, you could finally have some financial stability and peace.

    The only catch is that the government makes it very difficult to get benefits. In fact, most applicants are denied.

    You don’t have to face this alone. With Mathis & Mathis Disability Advocates, you can get somebody knowledgeable taking care of your case. We’ve helped thousands of people for 30 years.

    We help people in Washington, D.C., Baltimore, Alexandria or Northern Virginia—or anywhere in Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia, Delaware and Pennsylvania—and all around America.

    Social Security Disability Is All We Do.

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    Your Social Security Disability Claim


    Andrew Mathis: When you worked, you paid a Social Security Tax with every paycheck. Now when you can’t work, you deserve disability benefits.

    But many deserving people are denied.

    I’m Andrew Mathis.

    If you can’t work, don’t be embarrassed to file for disability benefits. If denied, let us help you appeal.

    What Does Social Security Disability Provide?

    Under Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), you can get:

    • Monthly income to help with basic expenses
    • Eligibility for Medicare health coverage

    People often receive over $1,000 per month from SSDI. The Social Security Administration (SSA) calculates your exact amount in part by looking at your income history.

    It’s important to remember that this is not a government handout.

    You earned the right to this financial assistance by working and paying Social Security taxes. The benefits are supposed to be there for you when you can’t work because of health problems before retirement age.

    But first you have to fill out forms, submit documents and collect medical evidence.

    Mathis & Mathis can be there for you from your first application through every step of appeals.

    You can start by talking to us for no charge.

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    Will I Qualify for Social Security Disability?

    You may be wondering if you’re eligible for Social Security Disability.

    Here are the basic requirements you’ll have to meet:

    • You have serious health issues.
    • You cannot work at your current job or any job.
    • Your health issue has lasted or will last at least 12 months.
    • You’ve have paid enough in Social Security taxes.

    The SSA maintains a list of disabilities that can qualify you for benefits, which includes physical and mental disabilities.

    But you need to demonstrate you’re experiencing a disability by sending in medical records and other proof.

    Rather than worry about it all yourself, turn this project over to Mathis & Mathis Disability Advocates.

    Our firm was created to look out for people’s well-being. We want to see you get financial relief, and we’ll follow through to make sure you do.

    You PAY NO FEE UNTIL YOU WIN benefits.

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    Applying or Appealing, We Can Help

    Whether you’re in the initial stages of applying, you’re appealing a denial of benefits, or you’re wondering if you qualify, Mathis & Mathis can help.
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    Social Security Disability FAQs

    Since applying for Social Security Disability benefits can be complicated, you likely have many questions about the process. Here are some answers to frequently asked questions.

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    Hear from a Mathis & Mathis Client

    “Very professional! They answered my questions in a way that I could understand and they did all the footwork for me. Thank you all so very much! I will highly recommend Mathis & Mathis for your disability claims needs.”

    — Megan Stott in Google Reviews