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Social Security Disability: Deciding Whether to Appeal a Denied Claim
If the Social Security Administration (SSA) decides that you are not eligible for Social Security disability (SSDI) benefits, that your current benefits will end, or that the amount of your payment
Social Security Disability: Four Levels of Appeal
To appeal a denial of Social Security disability (SSDI) benefits, you'll need to follow these instructions.
Reopening a Denied Disability Claim vs. Appealing a Denial
There are two ways a disability claimant can ask the Social Security Administration (SSA) to review a denied claim for Social Security or SSI benefits: by appealing the denial or by reopening the p
Social Security Disability: Appealing Denied Claims
You may want to file a disability appeal if your application for Social Security disability (SSDI) benefits has been denied.
How to Write a Successful Disability Appeal Letter
Learn how to write an effective disability appeal letter, including what to say and how to say it.
If You Decide to Represent Yourself in Your Social Security Disability Case
Although the Social Security Administration (SSA) doesn’t require you to hire an attorney, statistics show that you are much more likely to be approved if you are represented.
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Preparing for Your Social Security Disability Appeal
If you denied Social Security disability benefits the first time around, don’t give up hope. Instead, request an appeal, and prepare.
Pitfalls to Avoid at Your Social Security Disability Hearing
Don't get tripped up by these common pitfalls at your disability hearing.
Top Ten Mistakes Social Security Makes on Your Disability Case That Get Your Case Remanded
Because only one-quarter to one-third of disability applications are approved at the initial level, a successful disability claim usually requires one or more appeals.
Mistakes ALJs Make That You Can Use in Your Disability Appeal
If you've received an unfavorable or partially favorable decision after your disability hearing, you should examine the Administrative Law Judge's decision for factual or legal errors.
How to Write a Letter Supporting a Relative or Employee's Disability Claim
As part of an application for Social Security disability benefits, it's a good strategy for the disability applicant to include a letter from a caregiver or past employer.