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Social Security Disability Applicants Increase Chances for Benefits with Representation
Date:2/12/2009

Allsup Outlines Advantages of Choosing Non-attorney Representation Services

Belleville, Ill. (PRWEB) February 12, 2009 -- People who apply for Social Security disability benefits can increase their changes of getting awarded when they hire representation, according to Allsup, which represents tens of thousands of people in the Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) process each year.

The U.S. Government Accountability Office has reported that people with representation are more likely to obtain their benefits than those without. In addition, more people are hiring representatives to help them through the SSDI process, especially at the hearing level, where 90 percent of hearings involve representation, according to the Social Security Administration.

"Nine out of 10 people who get to the third level of the SSDI process realize they need help," said David Bueltemann, supervisor of senior claimant representatives at Allsup. In his career, Mr. Bueltemann has helped more than 5,000 people with disabilities receive their entitled SSDI benefits.

"Many people will find a significant advantage to getting representation services even earlier in the process," Mr. Bueltemann said. "For example, Allsup will provide representation to people who are just beginning the process. Allsup representatives help people with the initial application, getting them started with the process of documenting their work history and medical condition that led them to quit working."

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