Once you’re denied benefits, the clock starts ticking. Don’t wait too long. You can miss the deadline to appeal.
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Disability Denial in Portland
If You Received a Denial Letter from Social Security,
Your claim for disability isn’t over.
It can be incredibly frustrating and even heartbreaking when you need Social Security Disability benefits, but the Social Security Administration (SSA) denied your claim for benefits. But, you have the opportunity to appeal.
While the appeals process can be complicated and take time, you can still win your disability claim on appeal.
In fact, if you were denied, you aren’t alone – most people who apply are denied at the initial level. At Daniel Emery Law Office, we want to help you turn your denial into an approval. Plus, if you don’t win, you pay no legal fees.
Important – You only have 60 days to appeal from the day you receive your denial letter. Don’t miss the deadline to appeal!
Most disability denials are overturned at the hearing level. This hearing, before an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ), is usually the most critical stage in your case. It’s the best chance you’ll have to present your medical evidence and your case in person.
For your hearing, it’s important that you and your medical evidence are well prepared. If you have a hearing scheduled, we strongly recommend you call us for legal help as soon as possible. Social Security’s own statistics show you have a better chance to win disability benefits when you have the help of a disability representative.
You will always meet with disability attorney Dan Emery so you receive valuable information and advice to improve your chances of winning your appeal. Dan will also meet with you again shortly before your hearing so you are fully prepared for your hearing.
Dan Emery and his staff at Daniel Emery Law Office will:
- Analyze your Social Security records
- Set a strategy for and prepare your case
- Gather additional medical evidence from your doctors and medical providers
- Prepare your testimony
- Cross-examine any medical and vocational experts who testify at your hearing
- Appeal your case on the federal level if necessary
Social Security may bring in medical and vocational witnesses to provide testimony at your hearing. Dan Emery knows how to present your evidence to maximize your chances and cross-examine the Social Security experts if necessary.
Because there are no legal fees if you don’t win benefits, it makes sense for you to get legal representation right away.
Dan Emery can help you at all levels of Social Security’s appeals. If you were denied, don’t give up!