A Denied Disability Claim Is Not The End
If your disability claim is denied, you will receive a mailed notice from the Social Security Administration. The notice will explain why your claim was denied. It may be due to its assessment of your ability to work or because jobs may be available for you in the national economy. No matter the reason, a denial will feel like a dead end.
You are not defeated if the Social Security Administration denied your SSI or SSDI benefits claim. Most applicants are denied the first time. To obtain the benefits you need, you must go through the appeals process. This process can be complicated and every detail matters. There are strict deadlines to adhere to and you will need all the evidence you can get to back your appeal. It is essential to get guidance from an experienced Social Security Disability lawyer.
The attorneys at Bender & Gritz, APLC, will help you navigate the appeals process successfully. Attorneys Eric Gritz and Carl Kreibich have decades of legal experience to counsel you step by step, helping you obtain the compensation you need. Contact our firm today for help with your appeal.
Do Not Miss Your Appeal Deadline
The sooner you get help with your appeal, the better. You have 60 days to file appeal paperwork once the initial claim is denied. The appeal process may include significant wait time, so it is in your best interests to file an appeal in a timely manner.
We will assist in streamlining the process. Our attorneys will make sure you have all the necessary evidence to support your claim, including doctor’s notes and medical testimony. We are proficient in creating strong appeals depending upon what the administrative law judges are looking to see.
Our legal team does not give up if an appeal is rejected. We can submit a request for the Social Security Appeals Counsel to review the legitimacy of the decision. We will take every step possible to help you receive necessary financial support for you and your family.
Get Help From Our Attorneys Today
Struggling financially while maintaining a disability can feel overwhelming. We are here to help. Our attorneys will fight to help you obtain assistance. Talk to us online, or call 619-618-2988, or toll free at 866-603-7941, for a free first consultation.
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