Recently Denied Disability Benefits? Now what?
Most people who apply for Social Security Disability (“SSD”) or Supplemental Security Income (“SSI”) are denied the first time. The chances of getting approved for benefits improve for individuals who take the time to appeal a denial. The deadline to appeal a denial of a disability claim is 60 days from the date of the denial. If someone misses this deadline, they will need to restart the entire disability process by filing a new application for benefits.
If your disability claim has been denied, contact the experienced professionals at Balin Law to learn how the appeals process works and to find out the steps to take to win your appeal. We are here to fight for you at all steps of the disability process and there is absolutely no fee unless we win.
You have 60-days to appeal, contact us today to start the process!