If an initial application is denied you will have to file a Request for Reconsideration or a 501 Request for Hearing in front of an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) depending on which state you live in. Claimants have 60 days from the date of their denial to file either a Request for Reconsideration or a 501 Request for Hearing in front of an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ). DAWA Disability wants to be sure that you receive the Social Security benefits you qualify for. We carefully look at all of the facts for you and if we disagree with the SSA’s decision we will appeal it for you. That means you can ask us to look at your case again. When you ask for an appeal, SSA will look at the entire decision, not just the part you disagree with. If the decision is wrong, we will get the SSA to change it.
THE ADVOCATES AT DAWA DISABILITY WILL FILE YOUR APPEAL OR RECONSIDERATION
In order to file an appeal, it is important to understand the timeframe during which you can ask for one. You have 60 days from the date you receive the letter telling you about your decision to request an appeal. If you do not appeal within the 60-day time limit, you may lose your right to appeal and the last decision Social Security made WILL BECOME FINAL. For example, if you do not ask for a reconsideration or 501 appeal within 60 days, you may LOSE YOUR RIGHT TO BACK PAY BENEFITS. SO…
CALL A DAWA DISABILITY ADVOCATE TODAY AT 1-888-200-6929
Did you know? Almost 7 out of every 10 disability Claimants are denied at the initial application level of disability. That is a denial rate of close to 70%. On the flip side close to 60% of Claimants who file an appeal to appear before an ALJ are successful. MOST IMPORTANTLY, CLAIMANTS WHO HAVE AN ADVOCATE ARE 250% MORE LIKELY TO WIN THEIR CLAIM, SO CALL DAWA DISABILITY TODAY at 1-888-200-6929.