A denial notice from Social Security Disability stands between you and the monthly income and Medicare coverage you need to live an independent life.
But you can appeal that denial and still win benefits.
In fact, most people get denied Social Security Disability benefits at the initial or reconsideration level. It’s how the system has worked for years. Appealing is the main way many people eventually get approved.
The thing is, appealing is not like when you applied for benefits in the first place.
It is much more complicated and can involve building legal arguments and explaining to a judge how your health problems prevent you from working.
Greenbaum Breuer & Associates has extensive experience with disability appeals. We also have extensive experience taking disability cases to federal court.
With Greenbaum Breuer & Associates, you can get the strength of a well-established law firm combined with the personal attention of a hometown firm that cares about you.
So, if you were denied Social Security Disability benefits, now what? Let us help you keep fighting for your claim for disability benefits—and keep your hope for a more stable financial future alive.
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As soon as you get your denial letter, a clock starts ticking.
Move quickly—you only have 60 days to start your appeal.
Once you file your appeal, it goes through these steps:
If you wonder what your chances are with a disability appeal, ask us.
It costs you nothing for one of our lawyers to look at your claim and give you an idea what to expect. And you pay no attorney fee until you win benefits.Get My Free Consultation!
A disability appeal is not the time to take chances with a law firm that is not committed to you. Your financial future is too important.
Some law firms treat your case like a number.
Find a disability lawyer who does all this:
Another reason to get a disability attorney for your appeal: A report from the US Government Accountability Office found that people were almost three times more likely to be awarded benefits by disability judges when they had a representative with them at their hearings.
When you are struggling with your health, you cannot work, you have lost your income, and now the SSA is denying your disability benefits, you need and deserve someone who really fights for you.
That is Greenbaum Breuer & Associates.Call Us Now!
You are going through one of the hardest times in your life, and you have a lot of questions. As a resource for you, here are answers to some of the most common disability questions:Disability FAQs