A message from the Founder
I was born and raised in Deerfield Beach, FL to Bernard and Kathleen Maggi. My father was a self-employed Plumbing Contractor, my mother an office manager for my father and a home-maker. I am the youngest of four children from my father and three from my mother. The weekend of my 13th birthday devastation struck our family when my oldest brother was in a catastrophic car accident leaving him permanently disabled. From a very young age I personally experienced the hardship and struggle of what it’s like living with someone that has a disability and the unwavering care it takes to fulfill their daily needs and the struggle that can sometimes take.
In January 2009 I joined the United States Navy. I enlisted as a Builder in the world renowned Seabee’s, who are known for their outstanding skill and humanitarian-aid constructing hospitals, schools and other public works. In 2012 I served in combat operations in Afghanistan, in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
By April 2015 I was hired with the Social Security Administration as a Customer Service Representative. Later, in October 2017, I was promoted to Claims Representative and it was in this position I excelled. I was able to earn multiple performance-based awards, mentor multiple colleagues and was selected for a special assignment across the state of South Carolina due to my vast knowledge, expertise and efficiency.
All my experiences from growing up with a disabled sibling, serving the country as both a combatant and a civilian, learning the needs of the American people has taught me priceless lessons that are invaluable.
While working for the Social Security Administration over the years I began to see a growing need. A need for the public to understand these programs in a way that’s relative to them. Unfortunately, as with any other government agency, you don’t get the same level of experience and understanding consistently. This can lead to errors being made, that sometimes will go unnoticed for years if at all. Let Social Benefit Advisors provide you with that peace of mind. To remove any doubt and know that your concerns have been fully addressed with the Social Security Administration. Don’t leave anything on the table.
My parents’ work ethic taught me so much, mainly the true value of customer service. Making sure the people you serve understand what they are receiving and giving them what they expect. Our services are too valuable not to take advantage of you and your family.
I thank you for your time and I hope to speak with you soon.