Myler Disability Launches “The Beginners Guide to SSI &SSDI”
‘The Beginners Guide to SSI & SSDI’ is a comprehensive resource for understanding the benefits and requirements for Social Security Disability & Supplemental Security Income.
American Fork, Utah (PRWEB) September 23, 2013
Since 1994, Myler Disability has been one of the most prominent Social Security advocates in the U.S., serving claimants all over the country. After Months of development, Myler proudly presents 'The Beginners Guide to SSI & SSDI', which they believe to be the most user friendly resource for learning SSI and SSDI on the internet. It features an easy to use navigation with chapters on the following topics: disabilities that qualify, rules of assessment, the benefits, how to apply, and legal services.
Myler Disability's goal for 'The Beginners Guide' is for it to be the Holy Grail for learning Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income. We want our users to find the complete information quickly and easily. This guide will be completely free for all visitors and will be converted into a downloadable PDF in the next few weeks.
The idea came from a brief poll on how to improve the website. The overwhelming response from the users led them in the direction to organize the sites information into a guide. Myler Disability consults and represents people in every state trying to apply for SSI and SSDI claims. It is anticipated that this new guide will help enhance their users experience and understanding.
Owner Brad Myler says he is very excited about the upgrade of the website. “I am proud to see our company continue to grow and thrive. The upgrade is attributed to our dedicated team that is working so hard to make Myler Disability the best Social Security service out there," says Myler.
About Myler Disability
Myler began in 1994 when Brad Myler, the Founder and President, decided to take a few cases for some disabled clients. Brad realized that they simply needed an advocate who understood how to present their situation to Social Security in the right way. Brad’s disability practice became so popular that he began hiring other knowledgeable attorneys and assistants. Since Myler started, they have easily consulted over 500,000 claimants.
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