Appealing Denied Social Security Disability Claims

With the amount the Social Security Administration (SSA) deducts from your salary, you would expect the money to be accessible to you during the times you need it most. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. There are times when disability claims are denied.

In the event that your claim is denied, do not lose hope. You can always appeal the decision. In fact, experts understand that the best chance of being awarded compensation is during the appeals process.

Before you file the paperwork to appeal the decision, you may want to take the time to consult an experienced social security disability lawyer. He or she can help you fill up and pass any necessary paperwork. This should be done right away as you only have 60 days after the date on the denial notice to file an appeal.

If the initial appeal is still denied, your lawyer will secure a hearing with a judge. The judge will then ask you a series of questions that will help him or her determine whether you are entitled to compensation. Prior to the hearing, your lawyer will help you prepare for any questions the judge may ask you.

You have the right to fight for and be compensated for lost income due to a disability. If your application for disability benefits is denied, do not hesitate to seek help from a respected lawyer.


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