Were you denied Social Security benefits?
Did you know that on average, about more than 60% of initial Social Security claims are denied.1 However, the Social Security program typically allows you to appeal this denial.
When a claim is denied, a claimant typically has 60 days to file an appeal.2 However, failure to meet this deadline may prevent a person from further pursuit of their claim. Do you know what to provide the Social Security Administration that might help you win your case? The Social Security Administration is looking for certain information on a particular claim. Are you prepared to go it alone?
While hiring an attorney does not guarantee you a better or quicker outcome, why not try to increase your chances with the assistance of a lawyer who is familiar with the Social Security appeals process and familiar with what you may need to prove your case. If a lawyer or other representative assists you with your appeal before the Social Security Administration (SSA), he or she will:
- Talk with SSA staff for you.
- Prepare your paperwork for SSA.
- Review laws and regulations relating to your case.
- Prepare written legal arguments about why SSA decision was incorrect.
- Attend meetings about your case as necessary.
- Keep you informed about the status of your appeal.
Mr. Eisenberg can accept Social Security Appeals in all jurisdictions. He can help explain the Social Security process and guide you through your appeal.
1. The success rates are estimated from the Social Security Administrations
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Contact Mr. Eisenberg today to set up a free initial teleconference to discuss your case.
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