Personal Local Service for Your Disability Claim

We know that although knowledge and experience are critical to the success of your disability case, the best representation requires more. When you’re dealing with a significant life change and seeking benefits that will support you and maybe your family, you need to work with someone you trust. At Trajector Disability (formerly Myler Disability), we are determined to deliver both high-quality representation and the peace of mind you need. That’s why we’ve built a network of dedicated and knowledgeable Social Security disability advocates around the country.

Our Promise to Disability Claimants

When you choose Trajector Disability as your representative, we’ll connect you with a local office where you can work directly with a seasoned Social Security disability advocate in your area. Regardless of your location, we maintain the same high standards. You’ll always work with an advocate who is a long-standing member of National Organization of Social Security Claimants Representatives (NOSSCR).

Our Disability Advocates are Highly Qualified

We’ve handled thousands of Social Security disability cases, building extensive knowledge and intimate familiarity with the laws and procedures surrounding disability claims. We put that knowledge to work finding solutions for you, even if you’ve been denied benefits at the initial application stage or beyond.

Our Disability Advocates Care about Your Success

We’re not just here to fill out forms or present evidence at a hearing—we’ve built our national network around providing good service to people in need. Our goal is always to get you the benefits you need to take care of yourself and your family, and we work hard to achieve that goal.

Get Help from Local Social Security Disability Advocates Today

Unlike many Social Security disability attorneys, our advocates are standing by to assist you at any stage of the process. That includes:

  • The initial Social Security disability application
  • The Request for Reconsideration after initial denial
  • The Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) hearing
  • The Disability Appeals Council
  • Federal Court (through an associated law firm)

Whether you’re just beginning the process or you have been denied and are unsure of your next steps, we can help. Rather than trying to sort through the complex web of regulations and procedures on your own, why not hand off that burden to a professional?
It’s easy to get the help you need. Contact us right now to schedule a free consultation.