Did you know that the average number of denied Social Security Disability claims is around 62 percent?
This high rate of initial denial can be discouraging for individuals struggling with a disability.
The Social Security Administration (SSA) may deny claims for a number of reasons, including income limits, medical conditions, incorrect or incomplete filing, and more.
However, you can appeal your denied Social Security Disability claim by filing an appeal. Filing an appeal can be a confusing and time-consuming process. There are various levels of appeal that require supporting evidence to make your claim, which we’re sharing here.
If you need help appealing your denied claim or completing an initial application, an experienced disability attorney at Carr & Carr can help. Call Carr & Carr at (888) 823-9525 for a free consultation.Continue reading “How To Appeal A Denied SSD Claim”