Why Was I Denied Social Security Disability Benefits?
It is common for a disabled person to have his or her application for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) denied. The Social Security Administration (SSA) has very specific definitions about whether a claimant is "disabled." A disabled person may be denied benefits if SSA thinks the disability may end within a year, if the SSA failed to obtain all of the necessary medical records, or for any number of other reasons. The fact is that many disabled Indiana workers are initially denied SSDI or SSI benefits for which they qualify under the law.
How Do I Appeal the Denial of my Social Security Disability Benefits?
The experienced Social Security Disability attorneys of Allen Wellman McNew Harvey, LLP, are prepared to help disabled individuals appeal after they have been denied SSDI or SSI benefits. We have represented disabled SSDI and SSI benefit applicants throughout Indiana in all stages of appeal, including motions to reconsider, in administrative appeals hearings and before the SSA Appeals Council. We can assist you in your appeal by:
- Determining why your benefits were denied
- Helping you obtain medical records that SSA failed to obtain
- Filing all necessary documents to appeal your Social Security benefits denial
- Representing you at any hearings before a Social Security administrative law judge
The Social Security Disability appeal process can be very frustrating. Our firm is here to help. Having experienced legal representation ensures that your full case for benefits is presented.
Contact Our Firm for a Free Consultation
Our attorneys offer free consultations for those individuals who have been denied Social Security Disability benefits. Contact our firm by calling 317-468-2365 or 866-958-6354 toll free to learn more about how we can assist you in obtaining the benefits you deserve. Our main office is located in downtown Greenfield and we have three other offices through central and eastern Indiana.