Attention Military Veterans Unable To Work!

Let Victory Disability Fight For The Benefits You Deserve!

Qualified Social Security Disability Claimants Could Receive:

  • Up to $3,011/mo in Benefits
  • Retroactive Pay
  • Medicare or Medicaid
  • Annual Cost of Living Increases
  • Dedicated Advocate For Your Case
  • No Out-of-Pocket Expenses
  • Case Evaluations Are Always FREE!
  • See If You Qualify For Benefits INSTANTLY!
What Is SSDI?
Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is a Social Security program that benefits individuals who become disabled before reaching retirement age. This specific program is based upon an individual’s capacity for gainful employment.
What Is SSI?
Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is a Social Security program that is strictly need-based. This program is not related to work history, rather, takes into consideration an individual’s income and assets.  In some cases claimants can receive both SSDI & SSI.
Let Us Help You!
Whether you are a client, a prospective client, or simply have some questions, we are always happy to help! Contact us at 484-334-8444 or visit Vet Disability Guide to find out if you are eligible for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI).
Victory Disability is a law firm dedicated to assisting Veterans unable to work with Social Security Disability Benefit claims. Since our founding in 2014 we have helped THOUSANDS of individuals to obtain benefits for themselves and their families.  We maintain an A+ Rating with The Better Business Bureau.  Nominated for Super Lawyers in 2019, Victory Disability handles cases in all 50 states.  

We Handle EVERY Aspect Of Your Case
Initial Application
The Initial application stage involves applying for SSI and/or SSDI benefits. You are free to do this on your own, however, we can help you complete the application and accompanying forms. After applying, it may take the Social Security Administration 3 to 6 months to process your application.
If the Reconsideration is denied, applicants move to the hearing stage. Claimants generally wait an average of 18-24 months for a hearing, after requesting one. The SSA will alert you of the time and place of your hearing about six weeks to a month before the hearing. During this time we will gather evidence and prepare for your hearing.

If your initial application is denied, your case may be appealed and move into Reconsideration. The Reconsideration stage involves the SSA collecting more records (if you alert them to the existence of the new records) and reviewing your case. This review will generally take 1 to 5 months.
Some judges will make a decision at the hearing.  Other judges will take 8 weeks to decide. Regardless, a written decision is sent to you which explains the reason supporting the decision. If you win, you will begin the process of being “placed in pay.” It often takes 12 weeks to get monthly benefits started, and a few months longer to get your back-pay.
How It Works
Step 1
  • Fill Out The Form Above
  • Instantly Learn If You Qualify For Benefits
  • One of Our Team Members Will Reach Out
Step 2
  • Speak With An Advocate
  • Discuss Your Health Conditions
  • Learn More About Potential Benefits
Step 3
  • No Out-Of-Pocket Expenses
  • We Prepare ALL Of The Documents
  • We File The Claim FOR YOU!
Let Victory Fight For You!
  • We've  Won over $60,000,000 in back-pay
  • ​We’ve won An Average of $415,000 in Lifetime benefits Per client
  • We've Won 1.25 Billion in Total Future Benefits for our clients  
See What Our Clients Have To Say!

Dave says:

"I didn't have to do a thing.  It took sometime but I won my case.  It would not have been possible without the help of Victory."

Todd says:

"Victory was able to expedite my claim because of my VA rating.  They won may case after one appeal. Great people. Great results.  I highly recommend their services."
The appearance of external hyperlinks does not constitute endorsement by the United States Department of Defense of the linked web sites, or the information, products or services contained therein. For other than authorized activities such as military exchanges and Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) sites, the United States Department of Defense do not exercise any editorial control over the information you may find at these locations. All provided links are consistent with the stated purpose of this web site.
Victory Disability © 2021| All Rights Reserved