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How Do Social Security Disability Appeals Work?

One of the most frustrating things that can happen to you when you are disabled and unable to work is to have your claim for Social Security Disability benefits denied. The silver lining is, denials are very common and you do have the option to appeal so you can fight for the benefits that you need. 

A Los Angeles disability benefits lawyer can provide you with help appealing your benefits denial so you can maximize the chances of successfully getting benefits. The sooner you contact an attorney, the better your chances of an appeal that comes out in your favor. 

How Do Social Security Disability Appeals Work?

The Social Security Disability benefits appeals process has four distinct stages that applicants can move through. These include:

  • Request for reconsideration
  • Disability benefits hearing before an administrative law judge
  • Appeal before the Social Security Administration's appeals board
  • Appeal to a judge in court

Each of these different stages involves different techniques and a different process. For example, the request for reconsideration simply involves asking for a new disability claims examiner to look at your case again while the disability benefits hearing gives you the chance to present your case before a judge. 

A Los Angeles disability benefits lawyer can provide help at every step of the appeals process to maximize the chance you will be able to get your claim for disability benefits approved. Contact an attorney today to learn more. 

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Saturday, 17 November 2018