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Get Help with Your Disability Appeal

Get Help with Your Disability Appeal

Most disability claims are denied on the first attempt. Often, those denials are the result of little things like incomplete paperwork or technical details. If your disability benefit application was denied, don’t lose hope!

Whether you’re fighting for SSDI, VA benefits, or long-term disability, our sponsor Injury Claims can help you connect with a qualified attorney that can help you fight for the benefits you deserve. Fill out their quick prequalification questionnaire to get started!

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What Injury Claims Can Do For You

Injury Claims can help you connect with a qualified disability attorney who can help you appeal your case and fight for the compensation that you deserve.

They can help you appeal disability denials from these programs:

  • Long-Term Disability Appeals: Specialized legal assistance in challenging denied claims for long-term disability insurance, ensuring that your policy’s benefits are fully leveraged. Attorneys can navigate the complex policy language and insurance company tactics to secure the compensation you’re entitled to.
  • Veterans’ Disability Appeals: Expert representation for veterans seeking to appeal denied disability benefits. This includes navigating the Department of Veterans Affairs’ bureaucratic process, addressing errors in the initial decision, and presenting a compelling case for your entitlement to benefits based on service-connected disabilities.
  • Social Security Disability Appeals: Comprehensive support for individuals appealing a denied Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) claim. This service covers everything from filing for reconsideration to representing you at administrative law judge hearings, focusing on securing the benefits you deserve based on your medical condition and work history.

Here’s how a disability attorney can help you:

  • Comprehensive Case Review: Evaluates the reasons for your disability denial and identifies key areas for appeal.
  • Gathering Additional Evidence: Helps collect further medical evidence, doctor’s statements, and other documentation to strengthen your case.
  • Expert Representation: Provides experienced legal representation at appeal hearings, ensuring your case is presented effectively.
  • Advocacy: Acts as a steadfast advocate for your rights, arguing your case passionately to secure the benefits you deserve.
  • No Upfront Costs: Many attorneys in their network operate on a contingency fee basis, meaning you don’t pay unless you win.

By connecting you with competent legal counsel, they’re making justice more accessible for everyone!

Why It’s Important to Act Quickly

If your disability benefits application was denied, it’s important to file your appeal right away. Both Social Security and the VA have time limits on how long you have to file your appeal. If you wait too long, you could have to start completely over and that can reduce the amount of back pay you are owed.

There are several reasons why it’s important to act fast:

  • Strict Deadlines: The Social Security Administration (SSA) and the Veterans Administration (VA) impose strict deadlines for filing appeals after a denial. Missing these deadlines can result in the need to start the application process from scratch, further delaying potential benefits.
  • Financial Stability: For many, disability benefits are a vital source of financial support. Delays in appealing a denial can prolong financial hardship, impacting your ability to pay for basic needs and medical care.
  • Maximizing Backpay: If the appeal period lapses without action and you’re forced to start a new claim, it effectively restarts the clock on your backpay. Acting quickly to appeal a denial ensures that, if successful, you are eligible for backpay starting from the original application date, rather than from a new, later application date. This can significantly increase the amount of backpay you receive, providing crucial financial support for the time you were entitled to benefits but did not receive them due to the initial denial.

Don’t delay! Start your appeal review today.

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Starting your appeal review with Injury Claims is easy! You just need to visit this page, select which type of benefits you are appealing, and fill out their short survey to get started.