Most people in Indiana do quite a bit of research to determine if they meet the eligibility requirements before they apply to receive Social Security Disability benefits. There is no doubt that the entire application process can seem overwhelming at times and the eligibility requirements can be difficult to understand. But, when people submit that application, they are hoping for good results.
Unfortunately, the reality is that many initial applications for SSD benefits are denied. The reasons why this happens can vary, from mistakes on the application to the failure to provide enough verification of the disability in question – among other reasons. So, what can you do if your application for SSD benefits was denied? Well, one option is to appeal that decision.
If you go through the trouble of applying for SSD benefits, and you legitimately qualify, you should receive the benefits you deserve. There are multiple layers to the Social Security Administration’s appeals process when an initial application for SSD benefits is denied. Be determined, be persistent and, hopefully, you will ultimately reach the right result and get approved to receive SSD benefits.
Help through the process
At our law firm, we do our best to help our clients through this process of appealing denied claims for SSD benefits. We understand that most people who apply for SSD benefits are depending on that source of financial stability. We do our best to help our clients get the best results. For more information, please visit the Social Security Disability overview section of our law firm’s website.