ODAR Appeal Decision Rates: Do You Like Your Odds for Review?
You are devastated to hear that your Social Security Disability application has been denied. Where do you go from here? Your next move may be an appeal. In New Hampshire, this may mean a visit to Manchester.
The New Hampshire Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR), located in downtown Manchester, has seven different administrative law judges (ALJ) who handle Social Security Disability appeals and Supplemental Security Income hearings.
SSA, ODAR Manchester Office
1750 Elm Street, Suite 303
Manchester, New Hampshire 03104
Although each appeal is handled on a case-by-case basis and every judge reviews and decides their cases based on individual facts, there is still a good way to better understand your chances for a quick and definitive decision. The Social Security Administration provides information on the number of dismissals, denials, and approvals made by judges in every ODAR office in the country. With around 700,000 cases heard nationally each year and an approval rate of approximately 40%, it is in your best interest to make sure you are prepared for your appeal.
The Help You Need to Improve Your Approval Odds
When you have an experienced attorney on your side, the likelihood of your claim being included in next year’s tallies is extremely good. Not only can we help your case get noticed by the judges, we can help smooth out any wrinkles that may cause them to refuse a review. Don’t go with the odds when they’re clearly not in your favor. Contact us today and see how we can help increase your odds for an approval.
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