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There are many reasons why you might be denied a Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) claim. The truth is many individuals are denied benefits simply because they made one or two small mistakes during the initial application process.
Even if you continue to suffer from a long-term disability or ailment, you may find it difficult to obtain the benefits you need from the Social Security Administration (SSA). Faced with long wait times and denial of benefits, many despair believing that they have no further options for recourse.
Helping You Through The Appeals Process
However, if you are a person who has been denied SSDI coverage, there is an appeals process available to you. Those denied benefits can request a reconsideration before an administrative law judge, an employee of the SSA who will review an individual’s paper application.
It’s essential that you contact the Law Offices of Ogle, Elrod & Baril PLLC, right away, because only a licensed lawyer can represent you at all levels of the appeals process.
Increasing Your Chances For Success
Unfortunately, a percentage of those who are denied initial coverage are also denied the coverage they deserve during the appeals process. For many who are unable to hold down steady work due to an injury, this represents a crucial loss of income needed to pay bills.
Having a skilled firm with years of experience can significantly increase your chances for success during an appeals process. We’ve won appeals for many clients in Knoxville, elsewhere in Tennessee and throughout the USA, and we’re prepared to fight for your best interests every step of the way.
Fighting For You Every Step Of The Way
Additionally, we want you to feel comfortable with the services we provide and the skills that we bring to every appeal. Call our firm any time to discuss your case and ask us any question regarding our experience covering SSDI cases.
We’re confident that you will be fully satisfied with the work of our knowledgeable attorneys. There’s no risk to you because all cases are handled on a contingency basis, meaning you don’t pay if we don’t recover compensation. One call does it all at our firm, where staff is available 24/7 to answer questions, schedule appointments, file paperwork and skillfully represent you during trials and hearings.