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Disability Hearings: What You Need to Know Before You Go
You didn’t ask to get hurt. Accidents happen, whether they are at home or at work. People get sick and can’t work anymore. Cancer, kidney disease, and cardiopulmonary disease all prevent numerous people from returning to work, sometimes for years and sometimes permanently. How are you supposed to pay your bills? What can you do to make ends meet? Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is supposed be there for you when you can’t go back to work for health reasons. However, getting final approval takes time, and when your application is denied it can feel like you will never get what you need to get back on your feet and get on with your life.
What are you supposed to do?
Here’s the good news: You do have the right to a hearing to appeal an SSDI decision within 60 days, and you can make your case for your right to SSDI benefits with the appropriate documentation and appeals paperwork before and Administrative Law Judge. Think it won’t come to that? 60 percent of all disability applications are rejected in the initial stage. That’s more than half of all applications for SSDI benefits. Still like your chances? 85 percent of all disability applications are denied during Reconsideration. Many disability hearing applicants are denied simply because they did not have all of the necessary paperwork filed and medical record documentation available at the time of application or appeal.
What should you do to make sure you get the SSDI benefits you need?
Contact a qualified SSDI attorney or advocate, and get the help you need for your initial hearing or your appeal. An attorney specializing in SSDI knows the ins-and-outs of the application process and how to document your case correctly, ensuring that you are approved for all of the benefits for which you qualify by law.
If you are a disability applicant in New Jersey, you need to contact The New Jersey Disability Attorney. Our specialists are highly trained and intimately familiar with SSA practices, documentation processes, and application/hearing procedures.
Let us help you make a strong application for SSDI, and if you are denied, we will help you fight for the benefits you deserve. Call us today or visit our website for more details. Don’t wait to get the help you need, contact The New Jersey Disability Attorney today!