If your Social Security Disability case has been denied, you may have many questions about how to get your claim approved.  Keefe Disability Law provides you with information that can help you appeal your benefits denial. Watch this video to learn more.

Appealing A Denied Social Security Disability Claim

If you were denied disability benefits in Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, or Rhode Island, you will receive a letter from Social Security explaining that you have two month to appeal the denial. In order to appeal their decision, you will need to fill out an appeal form with Social Security to begin the appeal procedure. The process is quite simple; however, when appealing their decision you will need to submit further information to support your claim.  If an attorney is representing you, then they will handle the appeal. However, if you are appealing it on your own, you will need to obtain new material evidence that will support your claim.

For help appealing your Social Security Disability claim, turn to a skilled Massachusetts disability lawyer at Keefe Disability Law at 888-904-6847.  We will answer your questions in a free legal consultation and can get in touch with you if you fill out a contact form here.

John L. Keefe
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Founding Attorney, Massachusetts Social Security Disability Lawyer