Get Every Penny you Deserve
We help you with filing the application for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and or Supplemental Security Income Benefits (SSI).
We do not wait for a denial before taking your case.
We will help you with the application, reconsideration, or appeals process.
Diane L Vanderlaan, MSL. – Founder
I have over 30 years of experience working with Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security (SSI) applicants.
In 2018 I graduated from the University of Southern California Gould School of Law with a Masters of Studies in Law (MSL) and a graduate certification in Business Law and Legal Compliance Law.
I also earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Legal Studies graduating summa cum laude from Purdue University.
I was appointed Ambassador for the University of Southern California’s MSL program, and I am on the panel for new student recruiting.
I am also a member of The National Association of Disability Representatives (NADR).
A disability advocate is someone who is trained specifically to help qualified Social Security Disability Insurance claims receive approval.
Most people seek the help of a disability advocate after their initial application for Social Security Disability Insurance has been denied. At Your Disability Advocate we do not wait for a denial! We want to help you from the initial application process.
Your Disability Advocate can help you file your initial application, a Request for Reconsideration, and represent you at in front of an Administrative Law Judge at the appeals level.
Your chances of having your claim approved increase considerably when you have competent representation.
Your Disability Advocate will not charge you any money out of pocket. We receive a percentage (15%) of any Social Security Disability back pay. If you do not receive any back pay, we do not receive a fee.
Over 60% of applications are denied at the application stage. With the help of Your Disability Advocate, your chances of winning your SSDI or SSI claim increases dramatically.
One of the best ways to win your case is to talk to Your Disability Advocate first who will help you win a successful claim