Appeals Process

Worcester SSD Appeals Process Attorney

If your initial Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) claim was denied, the law gives you the opportunity to file an appeal through the “reconsideration” process. The Social Security Administration admits that as many as 70 percent of all initial claims are denied by the examiner. Don’t give up. If you received a denial letter, it doesn’t mean you cannot get SSDI benefits.Eden Rafferty represents clients at every stage of the claims process. Bring your letter to us. We will evaluate your initial application and give you an honest evaluation of your chances in the reconsideration and hearing process. We handle everything, from gathering further medical and employment records to following through with the reconsideration examiner’s office to ensure you receive a timely and fair review.

Westborough Denied Social Security Disability Attorney

In the event your reconsideration appeal is denied, as many are, we will immediately file for a hearing before a Social Security Administrative law judge. We will represent you at a hearing to argue on your behalf. If the ALJ denies your claim, you have the further option of taking your claim to federal court.

We have successfully helped disabled people at all levels of application and review. We are successful, because we know the process. The initial claims process is often skewed toward having your initial claim and even your reconsideration appeal denied. By working hard and following through, we are often able to secure benefits when it seems impossible.

Worcester SSD Appeals Process Lawyer

From our offices in Worcester, we represent clients with SSDI initial claims and appeals in the MetroWest region and central Massachusetts. Contact us to arrange a free consultation.

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Appeals Process
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