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If you are experiencing difficulties with the Social Security Administration (SSA) in obtaining disability benefits,* Supplemental Security Income (SSI), retirement or other Social Security-related benefits, or if you just need help in obtaining documents or other information, please call toll-free at 1-888-909-RYAN (7926) to discuss options available to secure assistance with problems involving agencies of the federal government.

*Please note that if your disability case is pending review at the hearing or Appeals Council level, while I can inquire about the status of the application and/or hearing, I cannot compel the SSA officials reviewing your claim to issue a favorable decision in your case, nor can I compel SSA officials to expedite the hearing or decision-making process.  Additionally, because of the legal nature of such processes, it is recommended that you work with your legal counsel or a legal assistance organization as you prepare for your hearing.  Please review the link below entitled, “How does the Social Security Disability appeals process work?” for additional information.


Social Security Online
The official website of the U.S. Social Security Administration

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I contact the SSA or obtain information to determine if I qualify for benefits?

Who is eligible to receive Social Security benefits?

How do I determine if I qualify for Social Security retirement benefits?

How can I determine what my Social Security benefit will be once I retire?

What are survivor’s benefits and who is eligible for them?

What is the difference between Social Security disability (also known as SSD or SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) disability?

How does the SSA determine if I am disabled?

What assistance can Congressman Ryan’s office provide me in the Disability application process?

How does the Social Security Disability appeals process work?