Disability appeal, What does that mean? How do you appeal a denied disability claim? A disability appeal is very important in your claim, it is not advisable to simply keep re- applying. When you appeal your claim you will need to explain to Social Security Disability how your condition has gotten better or worse, and how it affects your life and ability to work. A disability appeal is not just an appeal, it is another situation where you will be explaining to Social Security Disability your condition, and everything you put in writing will remain in your disability file for the remainder of your claim.
When you appeal a disability denial you will need to complete a 3441 form either by internet or by paper and return it to the Social Security Disability office. This form explains a great deal to the disability office, these explanations will be part of your file for the remainder of your claim. In your appeal you will need to complete the form that asks for a review of your claim, this is separate from your 3441 form. As an attorney I have helped thousands of clients with their appeals, I will assist you in every aspect of your disability appeal. Within this appeal Social Security Disability will want to know the addresses of your doctors, hospitals, and people who may know about your condition and your current abilities. It can be overwhelming to get information to Social Security, due to your medical disability, that is where I can assist you.
The appeal process is sometimes long and lengthy, I would like to help you get your benefits and this starts when you retain my office. There is never an up front fee, I am only paid if I win your claim, that is my promise to you. Give me a call at Toll Free 1 (877) 271-2633. I look forward to speaking with you. You may also find my other websites for disability at, crohnsdisabilityattorney.com, socialsecuritydenied.com, backdisabilityattorney.com