Have You Been Denied SSDI or SSI?

Have You Been Denied SSDI or SSI?

Have you been denied SSDI or SSI?  Often clients send out their initial application for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits.  They get discouraged when their claim is denied. Has this happened to you? If so, do not get discouraged. The lawyers at Jeffrey Buskirk & Associates can help you. They can help even if your initial application was denied.

Why Was The Claim Denied?

The Social Security Administration (SSA) require you to prove that you have a disability, as defined by the SSA. Your initial application requires detailed medical and possibly financial documentation. Providing poorly collected or incomplete information is enough of a reason for the SSA to deny your claim. Our Grove City attorneys regularly help clients through the process step-by-step. We can make sure that your claim does not fall through the cracks. If your claim was denied, you have approximately 60 days from the denial date to appeal with the SSA. Otherwise, you may have to have to start the whole process over.

Do Not Give Up

This stage of the process — a denied claim — can add additional stress to an already painful situation. Do not give up. You will need to fill out more paperwork. You will need to get more details about your medical and financial situation. But we are here to help. Our attorneys can step in and remove the hassles. Getting your medical records from your doctors and hospitals can be difficult. Our help can make the entire Social Security Disability benefit claims process less stressful.  We can fill in missing details on your paperwork.  We can begin the appeals process.  With our assistance, you could be receiving benefits sooner than you think.

Free Consultation

If you find you that you have been denied  SSDI or SSI , do not give up. Please contact us at 877-786-6705 or send us an e-mail for a free consultation. Our goal is to help reduce the hassles of getting your Social Security benefits.