Don’t Be One of The 2/3 Who Fail to File an Appeal After a Denial Of Their Social Security Disability Claim | Tampa Disability Claim Appeal Attorney
Unfortunately, an extraordinary number of Social Security Disability applicants who are denied benefits will decide to stop pursuing their claim, submit appeals that are too late to be accepted by the Social Security Administration, or try to start all over again by filing a new application.
It’s been estimated that almost two thirds (2/3) of Social Security Disability applicants who are denied their claim do not appeal. Isn’t that astounding?
Unfortunately, what many Social Security Disability applicants are told about the Social Security claims process is flat out wrong and is also a product of the failure of the Social Security Administration to fully explain your rights to Social Security Disability benefits.
At Cavey & Barret, your Tampa/St. Petersburg Social Security Disability lawyers, we offer a free consultation so we can help you decide whether or not pursuing a Social Security Disability claim is appropriate and to make sure that your appeal is timely submitted.
Answering these broad-based questions isn’t easy. Help is a phone call away. You can contact Nancy Cavey, an experienced long-term disability attorney at 727-894-3188.