Disabled and Denied Social Security Benefits?
Law Offices of Eric A. Shore, P.C. — 100% Social Security Disability
At some point you may have asked yourself, “My doctor says I am disabled, so how can the Social Security Administration deny my application?” Unfortunately, the simple answer is that they just can. Period.
As unfair as that may seem, most people who apply for benefits are denied at least once because their doctors see things differently than yours. The Law Offices of Eric A. Shore, P.C. has helped more that 25,000 people with SSDI and SSI claims over the last 18 years. Our lawyers know what type of evidence it takes to overcome obstacles that Social Security claimants commonly face.
About the Appeals Process:
- The Social Security appeals process varies from state to state.
- The first step in an appeal is usually a Request for Reconsideration.
- If denied, you and your lawyer present your case before an administrative law judge.
- If denied, you can present your case to be reviewed by the Appeals Council.
- Most cases are denied during a Request for Reconsideration.
- Most cases are won during the administrative law judge hearing.
- Appeals can be filed online, at your local Social Security office, or by mail.
- The appeals process can take up to several years.
- The Law Offices of Eric A. Shore has won 8 out of every 10 cases!
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