SSDI or SSI Denial AttorneySSDI and SSI claim rejections are commonplace due to the strict eligibility criteria associated with these types of benefits. While in some cases, these denials are legitimate, many rejections are due to application mistakes and other common problems. By using a disability benefits attorney to guide you through the application process, you can rest assured that you won’t make any mistakes on your next attempt for disability benefits.
At Lerner, Moore, Silva, Cunningham & Rubel, we help our clients navigate the complex world of disability benefit applications. We’re happy to work with you at every stage of the application process. Contact us today at (909)889-1131 if you would like to speak about an SSDI or SSI denial.
Common SSDI Denial IssuesIf you receive an SSDI denial, it’s likely due to a few common problems. Below, let’s explore the issues associated with most denials:
• Clear Mistakes in Application: If you’ve never completed an SSDI or SSI application before, the process can be complex and time-consuming. If you make mistakes, it may result in an automatic denial.
• Applying Too Soon: If you apply too soon after an injury, this can result in a denial. These benefits are designated for individuals with injuries that have either lasted 12 months or injuries that are expected to last 12 months.
• Working While Applying: While working is not entirely banned during the application process, it can reduce your chances of acceptance. There is a limit to how much you can earn while applying for SSDI or SSI benefits.
• Inadequate Medical Evidence: You don’t provide enough medical evidence to justify SSDI or SSI benefits claim. If this is the case, you may be required to undertake a medical examination (the SSA will instruct you if this is necessary). Keep in mind that any claim must contain sufficient medical evidence – the bar can be very high.
If you’re unsure which issue impacted your application, don’t hesitate to contact Lerner, Moore, Silva, Cunningham & Rubel. We’re here to ensure you have access to all the legal information you need to understand the SSDI and SSI application process.
Reapproaching SSDI or SSI DenialIf you do receive a denial, there’s no need to panic. Many individuals receive initial denials when they first apply for benefits. By reapproaching your application with a disability attorney, you can avoid common mistakes and increase your chances of approval.
At Lerner, Moore, Silva, Cunningham & Rubel, we understand the importance of a strong SSDI or SSI application. We work closely with our clients to ensure they meet requirements and understand the application process.
If you’re ready to take your SSDI or SSI application seriously, then working with an attorney can help clarify the process.
Call Disability Attorney Today!Contact Lerner, Moore, Silva, Cunningham & Rubel today if you’re searching for a disability attorney that can assist with SSDI and SSI denials.
If you’re ready to schedule a free consultation with our team, please dial (909)889-1131 today. You can also arrange a consultation via our website.