Applying for Social Security Disability can be an extremely frustrating process for most people. It has been found that 70 percent of claims are denied during the beginning state of the application process. Some people have had legitimate claims denied, while others have waited years for their benefits to kick in. If you have applied for disability and it has been denied, it’s time to start looking for someone to represent your interests. Keep reading as we dive deeper into detail.
Lawyers + Denied Disability Claims
When you apply for Social Security Disability and it is denied, you then have to go through the appeal process. Typically, those who have legal representation during the appeal process are more successful at having their claims approved as opposed to those who choose not to have legal representation.
By working with a lawyer for your Social Security Disability claim, it will help to ensure that you have a fair hearing process and that you are asked all of the questions you should be asked. It’s important to work alongside a lawyer who is experienced with disability claims and has the knowledge needed to successfully represent you. At Mestayer Law Firm, we want you to know that the appeal process of a denied Social Security Disability claim will go much smoother by choosing to work with our team. You can guarantee that you will be represented to the highest degree, and the process won’t be nearly as stressful or overwhelming.
Mestayer & Associates provides civil litigation for clients throughout the Gulf Coast area including Pascagoula, Biloxi and Gulfport. If you are making future plans for your estate, then contact us today and let us help take care of every detail of your finances. Call us today at 228-762-1193 or visit www.pascagoulalaw.com. We are your legal experts! You can also visit our office located at 2128 Ingalls Ave. in Pascagoula, Mississippi. We look forward to talking with you!
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This article does not create an attorney-client relationship. I am licensed to practice law in Mississippi and have based the information presented on US laws. This article is legal information and is for entertainment and informational purposes only and should not be seen as legal advice. You should consult with an attorney before you rely on this information. Any information provided in this blog is accurate and true to the best of my knowledge, but that there may be omissions, errors or mistakes.