Filed a Social Security Disability claim only to have it denied? The initial denial of your North Carolina Social Security Disability claim does not mean you are not entitled to benefits. If the answer is yes, there are a number of legal avenues available to you to help you get the compensation you deserve. There are only 41 board-certified Social Security Disability Specialist attorneys in North Carolina, and you can find one at Brent Adams & Associates to handle your Social Security appeal.
Social Security Appeal Lawyers North Carolina
Social Security Disability provides federal benefits to individuals who are injured or sick and unable to work. Benefits are determined on an individual basis, based on past wages. It is common for an initial Social Security Disability claim to be denied. Obtaining a board-certified Social Security Specialist attorney in Raleigh and filing an immediate request for reconsideration most often proves to be successful.
If your initial appeal is denied, you can appeal and ask for a hearing where you will meet with an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) in an informal hearing. The ALJ will review your case independent from any prior knowledge of it, then make a ruling approving or denying your request. Most cases are won at this level.
In the unlikely event your claim is denied once again, our board-certified Social Security Specialist can help you with further appeals.
Board-Certified Social Security Disability Specialist Attorneys in North Carolina
Vance Jennings is the only Board-Certified Social Security Disability Benefits Specialist attorney in Dunn, NC. Instructing lawyer education programs and dedicating his legal expertise to Social Security cases gives our clients the peace of mind they are working with a specialist. Our legal staff at Brent Adams & Associates will file all appeal claims for you, obtain necessary documents, as well as represent you in court the day of your hearing or trial.
Out of all the North Carolina Social Security Disability claims that are initially denied, more than half are eventually approved. It is imperative that you have knowledgeable and experienced legal representation that can work to get you results.