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Aggressive Representation In SSDI Appeals

Receiving a denial of Social Security Disability benefits can be a crushing blow. You may feel that the process has ended, but it hasn’t. At Crowe & Shanahan in St. Louis, Missouri, we are dedicated to securing the benefits you deserve. That includes administrative appeals.

Have you been denied SSDI benefits multiple times? Has another attorney mishandled your case? You still have choices to make. Do not give up. Contact us at 314-231-6660 or toll free at 1-877-213-7793.

Discouraged By A Denied Claim?

For many of our clients who come to see us, the process of obtaining for SSDI benefits is a bureaucratic nightmare. Complex paperwork must be filled out with precision and accuracy. From there, you put your fate in the hands of a state-level disability examiner who could very well deny your claim. That gives you a limited time to file a Social Security Disability appeal after a denial.

That is where the attorneys at Crowe & Shanahan come in to help you. Whether your appeal involves a reconsideration, an administrative law judge hearing or an appearance before the Appeals Council, we will be at your side. Do not be discouraged. Do not lose hope.

Proven Security Disability Advocates

If the administrative law judge denies a claim, there is one last level of appeal within the Social Security Administration, known as the Appeals Council. Like most other Social Security appeals, this must be filed within 60 days of the date of the judge’s decision. It is very important to be fully prepared and have all possible medical evidence ready at the hearing before the administrative law judge – an applicant cannot just fix problems with the Appeals Council. They may uphold the hearing decision, reverse the local judge’s decision outright or send the case back for a new hearing. Taking a case to the Appeals Council is a requirement for the last possible appeal – filing a lawsuit in United States District Court against the Commissioner of Social Security.

Choosing the right attorney is vital in a successful Social Security Disability appeal. We pride ourselves on our record of accomplishment.

Learn More About The Process Today

For more information, or to schedule an appointment with an experienced lawyer regarding a Social Security Disability appeal, please contact us online or call us at 314-231-6660 or toll free at 1-877-213-7793.