Denied SSD Benefits?
Was Your Social Security Disability Claim Denied?
If you or your loved one recently had a Social Security disability claim
denied, you are not alone. The Social Security Administration (SSA) is
notoriously strict and denies numerous claims each year. Just because
your claim was denied or because you received a decision you were unhappy
with does not mean that you will be unable to receive benefits –
you have options. At Shook & Stone, our
Las Vegas Social Security Disability lawyers can help you explore these options, appeal a decision, and secure the
benefits you need.
Questions about Appealing a SSD Denial? Call 888-662-2013 for a FREE Consultation!
Appealing an SSD Denial
The SSA denies a high percentage of disability claims, often for a variety
of reasons. Some of the common reasons why Social Security disability
claims are denied include:
- Insufficient evidence about the nature of a disability
- Incomplete or inadequate medical evidence
- Inadequate Information about how a condition impacts an applicant's
ability to work
- Insufficient work credits
- Missing or incorrectly completed paperwork
By working with experienced lawyers who can evaluate your original application,
help you understand why your claim was denied, and assist you in navigating
the appeal process, you will have the support needed to submit all necessary
forms for a disability decision reconsideration. Our lawyers work personally
with clients and work to ensure that no mistakes are made.
Our legal team has helped numerous clients file a request for reconsideration
with the SSA. Prior to submitting requests, we review claims thoroughly
and help clients obtain any and all required information and supporting
evidence. We also represent clients who have had their request for reconsideration
denied during Social Security disability hearings.
Learn More During a Free Consultation
If you have questions about a recently denied claim and how you can begin
the appeal process, our Las Vegas disability attorneys can help. We are
here to answer any questions you may have during a free, no obligation
For more information about your case, call (888) 662-2013 for a FREE consultation