Denied on Your Social Security Disability Application?

It can certainly be frustrating if you are injured and unable to work, and it can be even more discouraging if you have applied for Social Security disability benefits and have been denied despite the fact that your condition or conditions are preventing you from working. If this does happen, however, don't give up.

 

It's important to remember that the denial of an initial application for disability benefits is actually quite common. This is where our experienced Social Security disability attorneys can help. Our firm can help you with the reconsideration process, during which the Social Security Administration reviews your application. Once that step is complete, we request a judicial hearing and accompany you before the judge to advocate on your behalf. The majority of appeals will receive the judge's approval.

 

If the judge does not approve your claim, however, and you disagree with the judge's decision, we then submit an appeal to the Appeals Council. If denied again, we request a case review by a Federal District Court. You can be assured that our firm will do everything we can to make sure that you get the benefits you deserve. Contact us today for a free evaluation for your workers' compensation or Social Security disability case.



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Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation

If you get hurt on the job, you’re entitled to compensation for your injuries. Our attorneys will help you file your claim successfully.
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If you have a medical condition and can not work, you may be eligible for Social Security disability benefits. Contact us today for a FREE consultation.
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