DENIED A DISABILITY CLAIM? WE CAN HELP!
When you are unable to be gainfully employed as a result of a physical or mental disability, Social Security is there to protect you. And when your Social Security disability application is denied, it is normal to feel helpless and lost. But with the help of an experienced Social Security disability appeal attorney, you can still fight for the benefits you deserve. We protect the rights of disabled workers throughout the Inland Empire and Desert Communities.
The Social Security Appeals Process
Statistically, almost two-thirds of all Social Security disability applications are denied. Yet most of these denials are ultimately reversed when they go through the appeals process. It is easy to feel angry when your initial application is denied. But you must remember that you can still get the benefits you deserve and we can guide you through the appeals process.
The most important thing you must remember when you get your denial letter is that you only have 60 days to file an appeal. As such, it is very important to immediately contact a disability lawyer to start the appeals process.
There are four levels of administrative appeal that we will aggressively push through to get you the Social Security disability benefits you deserve:
- Disability reconsiderations
- Disability hearings before an administrative law judge
- Appeals council reviews
- Judicial reviews before the U.S. District Court
Although all four levels of appeal are available, our goal is to get you the disability benefits that you need as early in the appeals process as possible.
You Are Not Alone. We Can Help.
A serious disability will leave you with serious financial concerns. A denied Social Security disability claim will put even more pressure on you and your family. But we are here to help.
At our law office, you will find a dedicated legal team and support staff that can help you navigate the Social Security appeals process for denied disability claims. To get your disability claim back on track, call us at and schedule a complimentary consultation with a Social Security disability appeal attorney as soon as possible.
Your disability hearing
- Advice for your Social Security disability hearing
- Answers to 14 common questions
- The hearing
- Your testimony
- Lay witnesses
- Vocational issues
- Alcohol or drug addiction
- Borderline age
- Chemical sensitivity and environmental illness
- Chronic fatigue syndrome
- Inability to afford treatment
- Inability to speak English
- Inability to stoop
- Manipulative limitations
- Severe impairment definition
- Subjective pain complaints
- Worn-out worker regulation
Frequently asked questions
- Should I apply for disability?
- How long does the disability process take?
- When should I apply for benefits?
- What does a disability attorney do?
- When am I likely to receive a hearing?
- What are disability hearings like?
- What happens if my disability appeal is late?
- What is the most common disability mistake?
After a favorable decision
- Answers to 25 questions
- Delayed benefits
- Questions about working part-time
- Continuing disability reviews
The evaluation process
- Answers to 8 common questions
- Examples of who is and is not disabled
- The sequential evaluation process
- A large bureaucracy
Applying when you have:
- Anxiety disorders
- Arthritis & joint damage
- Back injuries
- Complex regional pain
- Congestive heart failure
- Chronic fatigue
- Crohn’s disease
- Cystic fibrosis
- Depression/bipolar disorder
- Hearing impairments
- Hepatitis C & liver disease
- Ischemic heart disease
- Lung disease
- Multiple sclerosis
- Soft tissue injuries