If You’ve Been Denied SSDISocial Security Disability Appeals Process

A lot of people don’t realize how common it is to be denied disability on your first try. If you’ve been denied SSDI, you aren’t alone. And you have 60 days to appeal. But before you do, it’s critical to understand the Social Security Disability appeals process.

The vast majority of SSDI claims get denied at first. In fact, up to 70% of initial claims are denied nationwide. As a Social Security Disability lawyer in Memphis, I’ve seen it firsthand: clients feel worried and confused they didn’t succeed the first time around. They don’t realize this happens to most people who apply.

Don’t stop at this initial step. After you’re denied, you have the option to appeal, and you should. But you want to get it right. Otherwise you might waste your one opportunity to get the benefits you need and deserve.

That’s why I’ve written this free report.

Our guide to SSDI appeals will help you understand your options and have a successful appeal after being denied disability insurance.

In this free report, I answer common questions I get from clients:

  • If I appeal, do I have to go to court?
  • Can I appeal without a lawyer?
  • Will the appeals process cost me a lot of money?
  • And more

Get your free copy of Your Survival Guide to the Social Security Disability Appeals Process today by filling out the form on this page.

And if you’ve been denied SSDI, you have 60 days to appeal. Contact me to discuss your situation, free of charge.

Free Report - SSDI Appeals Guide

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