As an appeal disability denial attorney I hear so often from my clients, I can’t believe they denied my disability claim! It is part of my job as an appeal disability denial attorney to explain to clients that this is the norm, and not the exception. Many of my clients think that because they have worked their entire life the social security disability organization will readily approve their claim, this is very far from the truth.
Social security disability has many factors, work in your past is definitely very important when filing, but most important is, can you work at your job, and or work another job? There are so many factors that they look at in processing your claim, we understand that, at my office we strive to make social security disability aware of as many as possible to assist in appealing your claim, after a denial letter has been received by you.
It is not a good idea to keep refiling after you receive your denial letter, social security disability developed the appeals process for a reason, it is best to use it. By simply refiling your can lose value months of back pay, it is always best to file your appeal. The process moves along much better by following the appeals process developed by social security.
Filing the appeal can be time consuming work, there are also deadlines to meet, should you miss one of these deadlines your claim could be tossed out and dismissed for failure to file in a timely manner. Once my office meets with you, I will handle all the deadlines and make sure your appeal reaches the social security office in time to secure your rights.
At my office I can come to you, once you receive your denial letter just give me a call. At my office the most important case is your case, I look forward to speaking with you.
Daniel L. McMurtry, Esq.