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What Are Social Security Disability Leads?


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Social Security Disability Leads are real time and exclusive inquiries from prospective claimants who have an impairment that prevents them from working and are interested in representation in front of the Social Security Disability Administration.

Also referred to as SSD and SSDI leads, these legal leads have been filtered for certain criteria, such as age, work status, medical  treatment status, whether they have legal representation, and other important qualifications to determine their eligibility for representation.

On Point Legal Leads provides Social Security Disability Leads in real time and exclusively. In other words, prospective claimants submit their information that is provided to one law firm within a fraction of a second.  Since these are not shared with other law firms, a higher retention ratio may be achieved.

Essentially, attorneys and legal advocates are representing claimants who have been forced into early retirement after lacking necessary income to make a living.

While many law firms focus solely in this area due to the large pool of applicants, many are adding this to their practices.

How Can I Grow My Law Firm with SSD and SSDI Leads?


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Law firms can grow through this claim type because of the large number of claimants that pursue assistance for obtain SSI and SSDI benefits.

Notably, attorneys must demonstrate to the Social Security Administration (SSA) that their client’s disability must be severe enough to prevent working for at least one year or result in death.

Look at the figures below and you will understand the size of the market.

Hence, due to the thousands of qualified case inquiries from prospective claimants that occur every month, your legal practice can expand by interviewing and qualifying prospective claimants.

If you’re firm is interested in speaking to individuals seeking representation of SSDI and SSI benefits, please contact us today for details.

How Do You Generate Social Security Disability Leads?


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We generate SSD/SSDI leads from websites and online landing pages.

Prospects are driven to these pages largely through digital advertising that predominately includes pay per click marketing.

Google, Bing, and Facebook typically are the largest sources.

What Are the Qualifications for Your Social Security Disability, SSD, and SSDI Leads?


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Most online advertising focuses on the following qualifications:

Assert they are between the ages of 49 and 64.

State they are receiving medical treatment for the impairment or disability.

State they have worked 5 out of the past 10 years.

Assert they have been unable to work during the past 12 months.

Claim they are not currently being represented by an attorney or legal advocate.

State they currently are not receiving social security benefits.

What Does An Example SSDI Lead Look Like When Sent To My Inbox?


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First Name: Joe
Last Name: Smith
Phone: 123-456-7891
City: Dallas
State: TX
Zip: 75252
Has Attorney: No
Unable to Work: Yes
Receiving Medical Care: Yes
Description of Disability: Prospective claimants details impairment here

What Types Of Benefits Are Attorneys Able To Obtain For Clients With Disabilities?


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By representing clients in front of the Social Security Administration, attorneys and legal advocates can represent people to obtain the following benefits:

  1. Monthly cash benefits option 1. This benefit includes cash to individuals following a 5-month waiting period that goes to the disabled worker or their family. Here, the worker and eligible family members may receive benefits during the impairment period and up to the point the worker hits the age of retirement. At that point, the worker’s benefits convert to retired-worker benefits, and continues until death. Eligible family members would become eligible to continue to receive such benefits. Notably, the spouse of a disabled worker may be eligible for benefits if they are 62 years old or above, is caring for a child under 16. Unmarried children also may received benefits up to 18 years of age, or until age 19 if they are full-time elementary or secondary school students.
  2. Monthly cash benefits option 2. Here, a disabled widow)er) or surviving spouse who is 50 years old (and up to age of retirement) may receive monthly cash benefits following a 5-month waiting period.
  3. Monthly cash benefits option 3. This applies to a disabled adult or child of a disabled worker, as well as retired or deceased workers. Children who fall into this category must be 18 years’ old or above, and must have been disabled prior to age 22. Here, disabled adult children do not have to abide by the standard 5-month waiting period.
  4. Medicare benefits. After a worker has been disabled worker, disabled widow(er), or disabled adult child has waited 2 years, they may become eligible for Medicare benefits.
  5. Vocational rehab services. Disabled beneficiaries may receive vocational rehabilitation services if they could return to the workforce.

How Does the Social Security Administration Determine Eligibility of Benefits?


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The process starts once a worker files an application at the Social Security Office.

Then, an applicant must meet non-medical requirements, such as age, work credits, performance of SGA, and relationship to the insured worker. If met, the applicant goes to the Disability Determination Services (DDS) office in their state for a determination.

DDS officials pursue medical evidence from the applicant’s doctors and medical facilities where treatment was received. If more data is required for a decision, the applicant may need to undergo a consultative examination paid for the by Social Security Administration.

Finally, an evaluation is performed to determine if a person is disabled, which include the following 5 steps:

  1. Is the applicant working? Typically, if the applicant is working and more than the amount allocated per the SGA, he or she cannot be determined eligible as a disabled worker. If an employee from the Social Security Administration makes the determination the worker is not disabled, the file is given to the DDS,
  2. Is the applicant’s condition “severe”? The impairment or disability must cause interference with fundamental work-related activities for a claim to be considered. A non-favorable determination renders the person no disabled, and a favorable decision allows the DDS to pursue the next step.
  3. Does the applicant have a disability that qualifies under SSA’s Listing of Impairments? There are 14 major impairments the SSA lists that are so severe they automatically equate to a qualified disability. These include the following: musculoskeletal, special senses and speech, respiratory, cardiovascular, digestive, genitourinary, hemic and lymphatic, skin and subcutaneous tissue, endocrine, multiple body, neurological, mental, neoplastic, and immunologic. Conditions not on this list require DDS to decide if it meets the level of disability on the list. If not, the DDS pursues the next step.
  4. Can the applicant engage work previously performed? When a person’s condition is not on the list or may not meet the degree of impairment on the list, the DDS must decide whether it prevents them from performing past work activities. If not, then the claim is denied. If it does, DDS pursues the next step.
  5. Can the applicant engage in another type of work? Here, the DDS considers the person’s medical conditions, age, education, work experience, and any transferable skills. If DDS determines the applicant can engage in other work, the claim is denied. On the other hand, if DDS determines the applicant cannot not do other work, the claim is approved.

Other Frequently Asked Questions About SSD and SSDI Leads


Q: What are the basics about your social security disability lead generation service?

Good question.

Prospective claimants are driven to landing pages typically from search engines.

Visitors input their biological data and status of fault, date of incident, status of legal representation, and insurance.

Once they click the “submit” button, which is above the terms of service and disclaimer information, their information is sent to you within a fraction of a second.

You may track and manage your leads through our lead distribution and automated marketing portal.

Q: Are SSD/SSDI leads for attorneys exclusive?

You bet they are exclusive!

Our business model is successful because we do not share leads.

This means you are not competing with other law firms the moment the prospective claimant submits their information.

We cannot guarantee the prospect has not submitted their data to another attorney, however. Often, a person will submit their data to a law firm’s website and not receive a response. Subsequently, they may submit other forms with the intent of getting a quicker response.

Hence, although these attorney leads are exclusive, we encourage attorneys respond to all leads within 5 minutes or less.

Q: Are your SSD/SSDI leads delivered real-time?


Naturally, live transfer calls occur on a real-time basis.

As for social security disability leads submitted through landing pages, those get posted immediately to our lead distribution platform, which is when you will be sent a notification via email and/or SMS text message.

Q: How are your SSD/SSDI leads delivered?

We deliver prospective claimant inquiries within a fraction of a second.

The data from these legal leads will be sent to your inbox via email and/or cell phone via SMS text message.

Significantly, we display the timeliness of opening these notifications. This assists in tracking response times so your staff may manage and improve contact and retention rates.

Q: What are the general contract terms?

First, our agreements are based upon quantity. We do not have term-length agreements that require monthly or annual commitments.

Second, we have qualifications that greatly help ensure quality of leads. For example, standard valid social security disability leads require the prospect not be working for the past 12 months, currently not receiving benefits, and not have hired an attorney.

Q: Do you provide automated marketing?

If you intend on competing with other law firms, then you will want to take advantage of our proprietary automated marketing portal.

Here’s how it works:

#1: Our portal sends an automated and customized email message from your firm to the prospective claimant immediately after they click the Submit button on the landing page. These are professional emails branded with your firm’s logo, contact info, images, awards, map, and links from your firm.

#2: We send an automated custom text message from your firm as well that also includes your link and phone number. Studies have sown 95% of texts will be read within 3 minutes of being sent, with the average response time for a text being only 90 seconds.

#3: We initiate an automated email drip campaign by sending 4 more follow up emails from our built-in email marketing software. This streamlines your intake process and relieves some burden from your staff.



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