Pennsylvania Social Security Disability Lawyer
Helping Those Seeking Social Security Disability Benefits
On average, more than 1 million people every year are denied Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits. The arrival of a denial letter can be frustrating and even heartbreaking—especially after what may have already been a long and complicated application or appeals process.
The Social Security Disability lawyers at Lundy Law want you to know that hope isn’t lost. We know the ins and outs of the disability program, and we want to help if you’ve been denied benefits in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, or Delaware.
What You Can Do to Improve Your Chances of Approval
The Social Security Administration (SSA) has strict guidelines that determine whether or not to deny your application. They’ll evaluate a number of factors, including the severity of your disability, your work history, and your earnings.
When you file your application or appeal, follow these tips to help improve your chances of approval:
- Complete your application in detail.Fill out your application or appeal form as completely as you can the first time, explaining your situation in great detail. Providing the SSA with a thoroughly documented application or appeal may improve your chances of approval.
- Provide a complete medical history and work history.Don’t trust that your doctors’ reports are complete; review them to make sure they include information the SSA will be looking for. We can help you document your claim.
- Don’t give up, and don’t delay.If you’re denied at the initial application level, file your appeal as soon as you can. The faster you file an appeal, the sooner your hearing may be scheduled.
Do you have questions about the SSD applications and appeals processes?
That’s where Lundy Law comes in. Fill out a free initial consultation form or call us today at 1-800-LundyLaw. Whether you live in Philadelphia, Cherry Hill, Wilmington, or anywhere in the Delaware or Lehigh Valleys, our legal team is here to help you get the benefits you’re owed.