Denied Your Benefits?

Don't get discouraged. We have helped thousands of people in your situation. Call us today at 855-777-0455 or online and we will file your appeal for you.

We Can Help

If you’re unable to work due to a physical or mental health condition, being denied Social Security Disability or Supplemental Security Income can be frustrating; for some, it can even be downright devastating. Unfortunately, the Social Security Administration reports that more than 70% of all applications are initially denied, for a variety of reasons:

  • Lack of medical evidence or documentation
  • Lack of work history
  • Other sources of income exist
  • Your disability is temporary
  • Failure to follow prescribed treatment or therapy regimens
  • History of criminal convictions, imprisonment, and illegal activity
  • Alcohol and drug abuse
  • You have training and experience that will allow you to work a different job even with your disability

However, you should know that even if you have been denied for one of the reasons listed above, it’s not necessarily the end of the road! At Disability Experts of Florida, we will help you file an appeal to get you the results you want.

Assistance With The Appeals Process

The first step of the appeal process is a reconsideration request. If you haven’t already done this, we will file one for you within 60 days from the date of the denial. If the reconsideration request is denied, we will then file an appeal requesting to go before an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ). At this stage of the appeal process, you don’t want to try to handle it on your own; if the ALJ denies your request, you’ll need to go before the Appeals Council, where only about 2-3% of appeals applicants will win (not very good odds, to say the least).

So, if you’ve been denied your initial disability benefits application or your reconsideration request, contact Disability Experts of Florida. Our team of experts will handle all of the following for you:

  • Filling out all necessary paperwork and applications
  • Following all required timelines and procedures
  • Obtaining all necessary medical paperwork
  • Preparing you for a hearing before an ALJ
  • Advising you on what to say—and what not to do
  • Cutting through government red tape
  • Potentially expediting the process

Don't Go It Alone

Fill out the form to have a disability expert contact you as soon as possible to discuss your case and your unique situation. And don’t worry—we don’t get paid unless you do.