Beginning a First Level Appeal for SSD Benefits
The Social Security Administration (SSA) denies a large percentage of claims it receives for its Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) programs. These applications can be exceedingly complex and the SSA will always deny applications that are incomplete or that are inadequately supported by documentation.
Bearing that in mind, there is a possibility that the SSA might reverse their decision to deny your benefits if you appeal that decision. The first thing you will need to do in order to appeal the SSA’s decision will be to make a formal request of reconsideration.
Begin the Request for Reconsideration
There is probably a lot that will be riding upon the outcome of this appeal for you and your family. With that in mind, we will help you ensure that the following criteria will be met prior to making this request:
- Complete every possible aspect of a new application
- Identify every piece of documentation you will need
- Ensure all necessary and supplementary documentation is included
Our San Antonio SSD lawyers understand what will be at stake in this appeal and we will do everything we possibly can to help you prepare the best possible request for reconsideration.
Consult with a Claims Appeal Attorney in San Antonio
If you would like to appeal the SSA’s decision to deny you SSDI or SSI benefits, you should speak with a San Antonio claim appeal attorneys at the Chris Mayo Law Firm to learn more about what you will need to do as you begin the appeals process. To discuss the particulars of your claim with one of our San Antonio attorneys, please call our San Antonio offices at (210) 999-9999 today.
Contact a Social Security Disability Attorney in San Antonio
Filing or appealing a social security disability claim might seem impossible, but the legal team at Chris Mayo Law Firm is dedicated and ready to aggressively defend your rights to financial assistance. We have the experience and the knowledge to see claims through to their end. Call an attorney today at (210) 999-9999 to discuss your legal options. Don’t let the application and filing process disrupt your livelihood and hinder your recovery. We also offer free and confidential consultations for all prospective clients.