SSD Appeal Attorneys
We’re All Traveling the Same Road – Let’s Move Forward Together
Did you know that more than half of all initial Social Security Disability (SSD) claims are denied? With this high denial rate, it is important to understand how to file an appeal to pursue the benefits you need. You will need to gather the appropriate information and documents to file your appeal and must do so in a timely manner to protect your right to benefits.
Let Our Firm Help You
At Crumley Roberts, we represent clients nationwide in Social Security Disability appeals. We realize how difficult it can be to deal with an SSD claim while disabled, which is why we provide a shoulder to lean on and place your needs first while we file your appeal. At Crumley Roberts, we stand up for you. Our Social Security Disability attorneys are here to lend a helping hand when you need it most.
Appealing Your Claim for Social Security Disability Benefits
If your SSD claim was denied for medical reasons, you can request an appeal online. You will need to gather your personal information and medical information as well as supporting documents and provide these so the SSA can review its decision.
The information listed in an appeal may include:
The claimant’s name, Social Security number, address, and phone number
The Date of Denial by the SSA
The name, address, and phone number of your representative
The name, address, and phone number of a friend or relative who knows about the medical condition
A description of any changes in medical conditions, or any new conditions since the initial claim was filed
Any new medical information, including tests, visits, and treatments since the claim was filed
A description of any changes in your daily activities, education, and work since the claim was filed
Any additional documents that can help the SSA make a decision
At Crumley Roberts, We Stand Up For You
If you find yourself dealing with a denied Social Security Disability Benefits claim, our firm is here for you. We have more than 30 years of experience on our side, and we’re committed to the best interests of our clients. If you believe your claim was wrongfully denied, we want to help set it right.