What If I’m Denied For SSDI?
It is not uncommon for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) claims to be denied. However, even if your claim is denied, not all hope is lost. With the help of an experienced attorney at our firm, you can understand your rights after a denial and how to move forward.
At the Law Offices of John Drew Warlick, P.A., our legal team has 50 years of experience handling all types of injury cases and pursuit of compensation, including disability benefits. We are fluent in the language of the SSDI system and we understand the process for appealing a denial. As part of the process of handling a denial, we can:
- Review your initial claim
- Examine the reason for denial
- Gather additional required documentation
- Appeal the decision and resubmit the application
- Appear on your behalf at any hearings in front of the Social Security Administration (SSA) that may be required to move the process along.
Preventing A Denial
Though there is no way to guarantee that a claim will be accepted, there are things that can be done in hopes of preventing a SSDI claim denial. Working with an attorney before you file your initial application for disability benefits may lessen the chances that your claim will be denied. This is due to the fact that our lawyers fully understand the process of applying for Social Security Disability and can ensure that all aspects of your case are adequately supported, described and submitted.
Denied Claim? We Are Here To Help.
If your claim has been denied or if you are concerned that it will be denied, help is available. Contact our office online today or call us at 910-378-0556 to learn what your options are after an SSDI claim denial. We can discuss your situation during a consultation at our Jacksonville, North Carolina, office.