Social Security disability benefits can help many individuals and families regain financial stability after a disease or injury. If you can’t work anymore due to a long-term disability, you may be eligible for Social Security disability (SSD) payments. Unfortunately, the application process is complicated and approximately 55 to 60 percent of initial SSD claims are denied. However, if your claim isn’t successful, you have the right to appeal.
The personal injury attorneys at Carr & Carr have helped many Oklahoma clients successfully appeal denied SSD claims. When you schedule a consultation, we’ll discuss your situation and help you figure out the best way to proceed. To get started on your Social Security disability appeal, call us at (888) 238-0626. You can also reach us through our online form.
If you have questions about your application or need help appealing a denied claim in Oklahoma, call (866) 510-0580 for a free consultation. You can also contact the Carr & Carr office by filling out a form online.
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.