You were counting on Social Security Disability benefits to give you financial relief when you can’t work because of serious health problems.
Then you got denied.
It’s disheartening. But don’t give up.
A denial doesn’t mean your hope for benefits is over. In fact, most people get denied and need to appeal the decision to win.
Appealing has four distinct levels, which we outline below.
Appealing is complicated. Now is the time to work with a professional disability advocate. Mathis & Mathis Disability Advocates can take on the hard work of filing your appeal, so you can rest easier knowing that your claim is in good hands.
Don’t wait. You have 60 days to file your appeal once you receive notice of your benefits denial.
Social Security Disability benefits could still be a way for you to hold on to a sense of independence.
And we’ve helped thousands of people win benefits for 30 years, including people in Washington, DC, Baltimore, Alexandria and Northern Virginia, or anywhere in Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia, Delaware and Pennsylvania. And all around America.
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