Get help turning your denial into an approval
When you receive a denial of your Supplemental Security Income (SSI) application, it can be devastating. You were counting on those benefits to pay for food, housing or transportation.
But don’t give up hope!
Most people get denied when they first apply for SSI. At Nash Disability Law, we strongly urge you to consider appealing the decision to the Social Security Administration. Appeals are when many people win benefits.
At this stage in the process, it can make a big difference to have a disability attorney who builds the strongest case for you. And it doesn’t cost anything to try. We evaluate your case for free. We don’t charge a fee unless you win.
As part of your appeal, you may need to see a judge. We will prepare you ahead of time so we can go into your hearing together with confidence. Some lawyers only meet you for the first time just minutes before you talk to a judge.
Social Security Disability law is a separate system from other kinds of law. It has its own rules, procedures, examining doctors, judges and expert hearing witnesses paid by the government. We know the system and the habits of the people within it.
Unlike some law firms that practice many types of law, Nash Disability Law focuses entirely on Social Security Disability cases. We do this to give you the best chance of winning benefits.
Don’t delay starting your appeal
The first thing to know about appealing your SSI denial is that you need to move fast.
Important! The Social Security Administration has a strict deadline to appeal.
- Call Nash Disability Law right away so you don’t miss the deadline. We’ll make sure your case isn’t lost in the system.
- And hold on to all of your records. Social Security can lose or fail to process documents.