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Fighting a denial of Social Security Disability benefits is more complicated than filing your application in the first place.
Appeals often take months or longer, so you want to submit everything correctly.
These ingredients go into a Social Security Disability appeal:
For many parts of the appeals process, we believe it’s best for you to work with a disability attorney.
For example, an experienced Social Security Disability lawyer knows how to spot the errors in your Social Security file and use those errors to argue for your appeal.
Don’t spend time and energy trying to figure this out on your own.
The disability lawyers at Empower Disability from Workers’ Compensation, LLC, know what information is and is not important to your appeal.
And you will pay no attorney fee until you win benefits. You can start with a consultation that costs you nothing.Get My Free Evaluation!
If you get denied, you’re not alone. Like we said, most people are denied.
The good news is that you have several chances to appeal Social Security’s decision.
These are the levels of appealing:
This appeals process can take a long time.
But know this: if you stick with it and win in the end, you will be awarded back pay for all the months you were waiting on a decision.
Having a lawyer by your side makes the process easier for you. One government study found that people who had representatives in their disability hearings were almost three times more likely to be awarded benefits.
Getting denied is painful. Waiting for an appeals decision is painful. But being awarded benefits in the end changes your life for the better.
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