Do You Know the Clues in the Social Security Disability Claim Denial Letter That Tell You What You Need to Improve Your Claim?
The Social Security Administration is required to issue a letter to you explaining whether they are granting or denying your claim, it’s called a “Notice of Decision” letter.
If your claim has been denied there are lots of clues that are left in that Notice of Decision letter that explains why the Social Security Administration denied your claim for benefits, it’s almost a form letter!
At Cavey and Barrett, we know the clues that are there for you in that Notice of Decision denial letter. Unfortunately, it is not written in English, but is written in Social Security language.
If you don’t understand the clues that are left in that denial letter or don’t file your Request for Reconsideration in 60 days, or a Request for Hearing in 60 day, you will be clueless and without Social Security Disability benefits.
If your Social Security Disability claim has been denied, you should seek the assistance of an experienced Social Security Disability attorney, such as Tampa Social Security Disability benefits denied lawyer, Sharon Barrett, who can explain what those clues are in a Social Security Disability denial letter and can explain what needs to be done in the appeal of the denial.