You may consider applying for disability benefits if a health issue is keeping you from working. This monthly benefit is provided to disabled workers, but the complicated process of claims could lead to a denial. This is where Tennessee disability denial claims attorneys can help.
When Your Disability Claim Gets Denied
The Social Security Administration (SSA) will send you a letter stating why your disability claim was denied. Typically, denial occurs because either you do not meet the necessary work requirements or the SSA does not consider your condition severely disabling.
However, when you do meet specific medical eligibility requirements, and the agency still denies your claim, you have a right to appeal the decision. The letter you received should outline the appeals process. Instructions will include:
- How to file a disability denial appeal
- The paperwork you need to fill out
- Important deadlines
Filing the Appeal
Worrying about how to appeal your claim is not something you need while suffering from a disabling condition. A successful appeal requires the guidance of an experienced disability claims attorney.
Your attorney will make sure all of the necessary paperwork is included. Additionally, they will gather the evidence to support your disability claim and file the appeal in a timely manner.
Schedule Your Free Case Evaluation Today!
Was your application for disability benefits denied? Let the compassionate and experienced Tennessee disability denial claims attorneys of Drozdowski & Rabin, PLLC, guide you through navigating the appeals process. Contact them today for a free consultation.