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If you have been unable to work successfully for 12 months or more and have a medical impairment, you may be eligible for Social Security Disability Benefits. DACR Inc., Austin, Tx

There are two different types of Social Security Disability Benefits—SSDI or Social Security Disability Benefits. SSDI is based on the wages you made and paid into the system. SSI or Social Security Income benefits are based on your income and resources.

If you applied for Social Security and were turned down, you are entitled to appeal, but you must appeal within certain deadlines. DACR represents clients who are at the beginning of the process or at the reconsideration and appeals levels.

Who DACR HelpsDACR Inc., Austin, Tx

Each year millions of disabled Americans apply for benefits. The majority of disability claims are denied initially. However, with professional and compassionate representation, the odds of recipient disability benefits are significantly increased. Mr. Robert Edwards will personally prepare you for your social security claim, assist you in completing the paperwork, and guide you step by step throughout the process. He understands the disability regulations. He has more than 30 years of outstanding experience assisting Social Security in disability policy clarification. Mr. Edwards consults nationally, trains, mentors and advocates for the disabled.

How Does DACR Help

If you have a physical or mental condition or combination of problems severe enough to prevent you from working for 12 months, you may be eligible for disability payments and benefits. Social Security Disability Insurance is a program based on contributions you made thorough wages while working. This coverage is similar to an insurance policy. You must file within a fixed period after you become unable to work. It is important you do not delay in reviewing your eligibility.

DACR obtains the medical and program information and researches the medical and vocational polices that affect your claim. We write briefs or proposed allowances and advocate at all levels of the Social Security Administration. Wrap around services are available from the beginning to the resolution of your claim.

Why Choose DACR

Robert Edwards has represented clients across the country in every SSA region in the nation. He has traveled to over thirty-eight states for clients. Since August 2004, DACR has successfully prevailed in the majority of disability cases we have taken at initial and appeals levels.

Robert Edwards, President of DACR, is a non-attorney Claimant Representative, whose professional practiceDACR, Inc. assists individuals, private firms, and non-profits with disability advocacy. Robert Edwards is not an attorney and does not offer legal advice. However, he is an experienced professional, specializing in Social Security Disability matters. Since 2006, after his participation in a special Demonstration Project, Mr. Edwards has been authorized by the Social Security Administration to have his fees withheld and paid directly. By law, he is currently authorized by the Social Security Administration to handle matters relating to disability claims from the initial application through the Appeals Council stage. SSA provides guidelines regarding Claimant Representatives on their web site at www.ssa.gov.

DACR Consultations are free. We accept disability cases on a contingent fee basis of 25% of past due benefits or $6,000 whichever is less. DACR charges no fees for representation unless you win your disability claim. There is no fee if you do not win your case. Feel free to fill out the DACR disability questionnaire on our webDACR, Inc., Austin, Tx site for a free consultation regarding your disability claim.

Robert was one of the first national trainers for SSA Disability Training Cadre and received the Social Security Commissioner’s award for his services. In addition, he has served in multiple disability professional organizations and volunteer agencies. He has authored numerous advocacy-training programs. Mr. Edwards is a member of the National Association of Disability Representatives and the National Organization of Social Security Claimant Representatives. DACR is also a corporation active in local community pro bono representation. Please visit the DACR Blog for additional information and current advocacy issues.