How Do Disability Lawyers Help to Appeal a Social Security Disability Denial?

The disability claim procedure is complicated and time-consuming. An applicant may struggle to pursue a disability claim and the Social Security Administration (SSA) may deny the claim based on irrelevant information. However, experienced Disability Lawyers in Philadelphia know the ins and outs of the disability claim process and about the legal system in disability cases. 

They will communicate on your behalf with the SSA and will present all the relevant evidence and proof of your disability. Some of the ways in which they can help a disability applicant are as follows:

Review your disability case

A disability attorney will carefully review the details of your claim and will let you know whether you are on the right track or not. They will help you fill out your application form accurately without mentioning any false details and will develop a strong strategy for your case.

Ensuring the Completion of Your Case

Sometimes, the applicants are unable to fill out their applications within the time or may submit misleading information. This may prevent them from attaining Social Security Disability Benefits. Many applicants are denied in the initial phase of the application process. However, if you have an attorney by your side they may ensure that your chances of rejection are minimized.

Collecting and Submitting Medical Evidence

The disability claims are denied based on the medical evidence. Therefore, you need to have all the medical records such as the prescription of the doctor, medications, any improvements, and other important details that may turn things in your favor. If you have some other evidence such as notes of friends or relatives or if you were admitted to the hospital owing to your disability they may prove to be helpful as well.

Disability lawyers at Chermol & Fishman, LLC will perform multiple tasks starting from gathering evidence to the following:

  • Carefully review your entire medical records
  • Taking out important details of your disability claim
  • Getting missing records if any or doing any medical tests that may help support your claim
  • Working closely with your doctors and other healthcare providers to collect any helpful and informative letters that may help in your disability claim process.

Staying in Communication with7 the SSA

Your attorney may stay in touch with the SSA regarding your claim as the SSA receives hundreds of applications who are seeking disability benefits. They will submit all the details within the deadlines and will avoid any pitfalls.

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