For Most, Your Initial SSD Application Will Be Denied
Those who are in need of Social Security Disability benefits deserve the financial security and better livelihood that comes with them. Individuals who are unable to work because of something that cannot control should not be left to suffer at a disadvantage. Thus, applying for Social Security Disability benefits is one of the most important and necessary steps a person can take to help themselves and their families.
Unfortunately, being denied benefits is a common occurrence. Indeed, the vast majority of initial Social Security Disability claims are denied. Thankfully, there are options for those who have been denied SSI or SSDI benefits. The Law Offices of Sandra Serra in Leominster, Massachusetts, is here to help.
Appeal, Appeal, Appeal
If your initial claim is denied, do not lose hope: It is possible to appeal the initial decision for reconsideration. If the reconsideration is denied, you can appeal and request a hearing in front of a judge. Even if benefits are denied then, you can appeal to an appeals council. The journey may be lengthy and complicated, but there a lot of options.
Having an attorney on your side will greatly increase your chances of getting the benefits you deserve. Our attorney, Sandra Mireles-Serra, has been helping Social Security Disability clients for almost 15 years. She knows exactly what is necessary at every step of this process. She can help you fill out the forms, advise you on the appropriate medical records and represent you in front of an administrative judge. No matter how long it takes, Ms. Serra is dedicated to helping her clients get what they deserve.
Ms. Serra is ready to help you fill out the initial application. However, if you’ve already done so and the initial claim was denied, we will do whatever we can to advocate for you and represent you in this difficult, sometimes overwhelming process.
A Social Security Disability appeal usually must be made within 60 days. Deadlines approach extremely quickly in these kinds of claims and hiring an attorney as soon as possible could make all the difference. Schedule a consultation with us today by calling toll free at 978-300-7365. You can also send an email.