If your claim was initially denied based on one of these reasons, you can file a Social Security Disability appeal to contest the decision. If you have received a denial notice withing the last 2 months, you may be eligible for a reconsideration or an appeal before an Administrative Law Judge.
An SSDI denial does not mean that you cannot receive the benefits you deserve, but you have to navigate the SSDI appeal or reconsideration carefully. Luckily, you have a concierge consultant by your side. James, Lake & Associates helps you determine why you were denied disability, which approach is right for you, and how to argue your case in light of that denial.
You are only a phone call away from having us assess your appeals case. Contact our office today.