Appealing a Denied Social Security Disability Claim
Social Security Disability Attorney
According to the 2010 Annual Statistical Report on the Social Security
Disability Insurance (SSDI) Program provided by the Social Security Administration,
denied disability claims averaged nearly 53% between 2000 and 2009. Many
of these denials were necessary and valid because many individuals apply
for SSDI when they are not eligible, either due to ignorance or because
they are trying to cheat the system. On the other hand, many of these
denials are made due to mistakes on the applications or on the part of
the people processing the applications. Anyone who has applied for
Social Security disability and has had a claim denied should speak with an experienced
Virginia Social Security disability lawyer from our firm to discuss their case.
My disability claim was denied. What can I do?
Many people do not realize that denials can be appealed. If your SSDI claim
has been denied when you are eligible to receive benefits, you should
not hesitate to retain a lawyer and file an appeal to have your case reviewed
An appeal can be used for the following:
- Proving that an injury is preventing you from returning to work
- Proving that your medical physician deemed you incapable of working or terminal
- Proving that your initial claim was accurate and filed in a timely manner
At Agnew & Rosenberger PLLC, our attorneys have successfully handled
cases before the Virginia Court of Appeals. We can help you obtain evidence
and prepare a strong case to help prove that you are truly eligible to
receive benefits. Only then can you appeal your denial and have it reversed.
Call Agnew & Rosenberger PLLC Today
Agnew & Rosenberger PLLC has the experience and success record to handle
your case. We are experienced in presenting cases before the Social Security
Administration and Virginia Court of Appeals and have handled countless
SSDI cases. Speak with a lawyer today through a
free case evaluation to discuss your case and learn exactly how we can help you. Each case
is unique, and we will treat you as a human being, not just another file number.