Have you been denied Social Security Disability benefits and are now wondering what you should put on your appeal?
It’s important to put certain information on your claim for Social Security Disability benefits, otherwise, you could be denied. Many times, people are denied because they fail to mention their psychiatric problems, to Social Security because they are embarrassed about them. Or, people who are slow learners in school don’t mention that fact to Social Security, even though it could help them get approved for Social Security Disability benefits.
If you’re filing an appeal for benefits, the best thing you can do is be honest and thorough with the Social Security Administration. Hiring an experienced Social Security Disability attorney, like the ones from Fleschner, Stark, Tanoos & Newlin, can help you with your appeal. We know how the system works, and we’ll be persistent. It’s important to keep appealing, because most claims are denied at the initial level, but are later approved at higher levels.
In fact, people who hire an attorney are statistically more likely to be approved for benefits. Find out how we can help. Give us a call today at 1-800-618-4878 for a free consultation. Let us help you get the benefits you deserve!