Social Security Denied? Take Immediate Action

If you have applied for Social Security Disability benefits and have received a written denial from the Social Security Administration, it is crucial that you act quickly.  You have 60 days to file a request for a hearing at which time your application will be reconsidered by an Administrative Law Judge.

Properly completing the hearing request information and compiling relevant documents and medical records can be time consuming and labor intensive.  If you believe that your denial is unfair, you should contact a Social Security Attorney as soon as you receive your letter of denial.

The 60-day time frame to appeal the ruling passes very quickly and the sooner that you hire a lawyer the sooner he or she can begin working on your case.  The people who wait 3 or 4 weeks after their denial have placed themselves behind the eight ball as it may be difficult to file all of the appropriate paperwork within the 60-day deadline.  Regardless of how long you have waited, we would be happy to talk to you about your case and the possibility of representing you in your Social Security matter.