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I Was Denied Social Security, Now What?

December 4th, 2014 by

Among the Majority: Denied Social Security If your social security disability (SSD) claim or supplemental security income (SSI) claim is denied, you are among the high percent of applicants who receive denial letters at the initial application. In fact, according to the Social Security Administration around 30 percent of the claims are approved at the Read More »

7 Mistakes Can Ruin a Social Security Disability Claim

December 9th, 2013 by

Filing a Social Security disability claim requires you to deal with medical and financial issues, which entail keeping track of paperwork, medical records, doctors’ appointment and other information necessary to file a successful claim. Claims are often denied when they are first filed. Due to the high rate of claims denials, applicants often have to Read More »

What to Do if You’re Denied SSDI Benefits

January 7th, 2013 by

It’s estimated that up to 85 percent of SSDI claims are rejected the first time they’re submitted. When you’re hurt and out of work, any delay in SSDI benefits makes it tough to pay the bills and to buy food and other necessities. Don’t risk being denied a second time. Hire a SSDI lawyer. A Read More »

Social Security Disability

December 13th, 2011 by

The news is filled with stories about the Social Security system. While most of us think Social Security benefits are for people who have retired, these benefits are also available to individuals who have been ruled disabled and are too hurt to work. A number of factors go into determining who will receive Social Security Read More »