Appealing Your Denied Claim
A denied claim is not the end of the process. In fact, most people have to file an appeal before they get the Social Security disability benefits they deserve. However, appealing a denied claim involves evidence and testimony, so it is important to have an attorney protecting your rights. At MySocialSecurityClaim.com, our lawyers will guide you through the appeals process and make sure you have the information you need to file a successful appeal.
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When preparing an appeal for a denied claim, the first step is to put together relevant medical information and communicate with your physician about your disability or impairment. Seeking written input, we will make sure we are able to demonstrate the full extent of your disability to the Social Security Administration.
It is important to remember that filing an appeal is not always the end of the process. Many deserving candidates have their appeal denied as well. If your appeal is denied, we will continue to represent you in the ongoing appeals process.
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Dedicated to making the process of getting disability claims as simple as possible for you, we will make sure you always have access to information regarding the status of your claim. Our secure, on-line database is accessible to you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and our attorneys will return your calls and answer your questions promptly. We can help you go through the entire process without ever leaving your home.
At the Washington state law offices of Schwab and Schwab, we started MySocialSecurityClaim.com so we could make our clients partners in their own cases. With secure, on-line access, you will remain up to date on the status of your claim as it goes through the appeals process. Contact us today for a free initial consultation. We have locations in Washington, Oregon and Idaho, and — through MySocialSecurityClaim.com — our lawyers serve clients across the country.