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The Appeals Process in Social Security Disability Claims

Loveland Social Security Disability Attorney

If you have filed a SSD claim and it was denied, you have the right to appeal the decision. A huge number of claims are denied, and it is shocking to realize that a denial is extremely common, even when the individual obviously is in need and deserving of benefits. As with any government agency, an appeal can be a complex process, and if you hope for success in your appeal, we urge you to contact our Loveland Social Security lawyer to discuss the situation and identify the best strategy to fight to get your claim resolved favorably.

At Busch Law Offices, we offer legal services that are geared to assist individuals get these critical matters sorted out in the least amount of time and at the highest level of benefits possible. As such a large percentage of claims submitted by individuals are denied, we advise you to get quality legal counsel that knows how to navigate this process. It can be critical to your future health, both physically and financially, that you have legal representation to manage the process and pursue a successful outcome in an appeal.

How the Appeals Process Works

After a claim that was filed has been denied, you have only 65 days (which includes the 5 days they allow for mailing) in which to appeal this decision in what is termed a request for reconsideration. It can take several months or even longer to get an appeal resolved, and having assistance from our legal team can help expedite the process. Only approximately 15% of these appeals are approved, and you should never take chances and attempt this on your own. As with any government agency, any error or failure to fully and correctly document your situation can lead to a longer wait, or another denial.

There will be a hearing and we will represent your interests in this process. We know what they are looking for in a filing, both in the initial claim and in an appeal. We can increase the possibility of having your claim approved, and in getting a positive outcome in the appeals process.

Contact a Loveland Social Security lawyer from our firm at once if your claim was denied and you need to file an appeal.