What should I do if my SSD application is denied?
The first thing you should do if your application is denied is to call our SSD attorney, Alexis Berg-Townsend. Millions of Social Security Disability applications are denied every year nationwide. Often, applications are denied due to factual errors in applications, including: incorrect employer information, missing information about your impairments, or incomplete medical records. Our expert attorneys will do a thorough review of the application to see where the mistakes were made and immediately start the appeal process. We will also review your application and disability claim to gather the medical and factual evidence mount the strongest possible argument for your disability case.
If you believe you deserve SSDI benefits and have been denied, you must file the appropriate appeal within sixty (60) days from the date of your denial. Do not wait to file your appeal. Our local attorneys stand ready to help so that you don’t have to do it alone.
At Cohen, Feeley, Altemose & Rambo, we take a comprehensive approach towards denied SSDI applications. We will file hearing requests as well as, secure medical records and reports from your doctors to support your claim. We'll take your testimony before an SSA Judge and make the strongest case possible in support of your receiving Social Security Disability benefits.
If a judge denies your appeal, we will pursue all legal avenues on your behalf. We take each case personally and treat every client with respect. Find out how we can help, call our Social Security Disability attorneys in Whitehall at (610) 490-8877 for a free consultation. Our team of Lehigh Valley attorneys will review your case and explore options to get you the compensation you deserve.