Social Security & Disability Benefits Application, Denial & Appeals Help
Sadly, most people who apply for Social Security disability benefits on their own are initially denied. If you've applied for benefits in the past and were denied, don't give up! You can still reapply or appeal your denial with the help of a lawyer or advocate - and greatly increase your chance of approval, the amount of your benefit award and get approved more quickly!

If you have questions regarding your application, appeal, or would like to know your rights, fill out the form below. A professional Social Security lawyer or advocate will review your claim for FREE.
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