Denied SSD Claims
Has Your Claim for SSD Benefits Been Denied?
Having represented people in need of Social Security disability (SSD) benefits since 1999, the attorneys at Bleakley Law Offices know how common denied claims are. We know that people with a legitimate need for benefits are denied those benefits on a daily basis. We also know that these people still have an opportunity to get the benefits they need, and we can help.
Why was Your Claim Denied?
The Social Security Administration will deny your claim if they do not think your condition meets their definition of a disability. Of course, that may not be the only reason. Our lawyers will help you determine why you were denied and we will help you move forward appropriately.
What is the Next Step?
The SSD appeals process is your next step. It is important that you take this step quickly, as an appeal has to be filed within 60 days of being denied benefits. By getting our attorneys involved as soon as possible, you give us plenty of opportunity to put together a strong appeal, an appeal that is built to succeed.
We want you to understand that this can be a time-consuming process. You may have to wait up to two years for your appeal hearing in front of an administrative law judge. We also want you to know that we will be by your side at all times, ready to help with anything that comes up along the way.
We will use our experience serving people in Muskegon and throughout Michigan to help you get the benefits you need. Call us now, toll free, at 1-877-544-3733 or send us an e-mail to schedule a free consultation.