Social Security Disability Advocate Part 2

However, your Social Security Disability Advocate can help you file a Request for Reconsideration. He or she can represent you at your appeal hearing before an Administration Law Judge if they have the experience to do so.

However, your Social Security Disability Advocate can help you file a Request for Reconsideration.  He or she can represent you at your appeal hearing before an Administration Law Judge if they have the experience to do so.  Be sure to ask the Social Security Disability Advocate will they represent you in court first.  If your Social Security Disability Income appeal case is denied then your Disability Advocate can represent you before the Appeal Council Review if necessary or help with your case before a Federal Court hearing.

When you request the Appeal Council to review the Administrative Law Judge decision, they will decide if it is necessary to review your case or not to review your case.  It is good to get new relevant medical documents to submit to the Appeal Council Review.

A Disability Advocate may be a Social Security Disability lawyer or simply a professional who helps people with their disability initial claims and appeal case.  However, if your Disability Advocate is an attorney, then he or she may represent you in your Federal Court proceedings.

There are no laws requiring you to utilize a Disability Advocate during the appeal process, but you will find it to your advantage.  By having a Disability Advocate will increase your chances of having your claim accepted on time when you have a competent representation.

Please keep this in mind a Disability Advocate will not charge any out of pocket money.  The Disability Advocate is paid 25% or $6,000 maximum of any Social Security Disability back pay which is issued before you get your back pay money.  So do the math a self-help digital eBook will cost $19.99 and up which is probably better because you can fight your own Social Security Disability or Supplemental Security Income initial claim or appeal case.  Also, purchasing a Social Security Disability self-help eBook will save you money in the long run too.

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Should I file a new Social Security Disability Claim, instead of appealing a Denial with the Appeal Council? Part 2

The Appeal Council examine all requests for review, however, they can deny a request if the hearing decision was correct. Whenever the Appeal Council make a decision to review your case, and determine your case will be return to an Administrative Law Judge (AlJ) for further review.

If you go beyond your time limit for filing an appeal and cannot get an extension granted.  If this happens then consult with a Social Security Disability Attorney to find out the bests course of action.

However, if your Social Security Disability claim has been denied, then call a Social Security Disability Attorney.  They may figure out what piece of information the Social Security Administration may need in order to review your claim and approve it.  Communicate directly with your physician or other medical professionals, to make sure the SSA forms are filled out to addresses the questions and relevant information about r impairments before your claim can get approved.

Having a Social Security Disability self-help eBook or an attorney can really improve your chances of success at every level of the Social Security Disability claims and appeal process.  It is very important to have an attorney at your hearing before an Administrative Law Judge, having an attorney can save you from having to go through the appeal process in the first place.

When your disability claim has been denied for any reason, does not mean you do not have a legitimate claim or you cannot win your SSDI case.

The best chance you have to work through the appeal process is submitting any new medical evidence you can get that will help Social Security Disability Attorney.  Fighting for your Social Security Disability for several months or even years is worth the back pay when your claim is approved when going through the appeals process.  Do give up.

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Should I file a new Social Security Disability Claim (SSDI), instead of appealing a Denial with the Appeal Council Review? Part 1

The Appeal Council examine all requests for review, however, they can deny a request if the hearing decision was correct.

It is unbelievable and frustrating when you receive the notice that your Social Security Disability Income (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) appeal case has been denied.  Unfortunately, about 70% of the SSDI and SSI claims are denied.  The reason why so many people disability claims are denied is because of not enough substantial medical records, test results.  One of the biggest mistakes made by an applicant is filing a Supplemental Security Income or Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is especially when those who do not know the Social Security Administration process and they just file a new claim instead of appealing the denial from the Administrative Law Judge (ALJ).

There are a lot of reasons why you should not file a new disability claim under most situations.  By filing a new disability claim will not protect your filing date when you first applied for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI).  Meaning you will not receive any back pay that accrued when you submit a new disability claim.

The protective filing date is used to calculate the amount of your back pay due to you when your claim is approved.  After you get approved, you will be paid all of your back pay money and start receiving benefits on your protective claim filing date.  It is a bad idea to start a new claim because it will start the process over again, which means you can miss out on thousands of dollars’ worth of benefits due to adjusting the protective filing date.  Therefore, it is very important to request an Appeal Council Review for the Administrative Law Judge denial decision.

One of the reasons why people file a new claim is because they did not have new medical evidence for the disability Initial Claim, Appeal Case, and Appeal Council Review.  Therefore, it is not necessary to file a new disability claim due to having new medical evidence to be reviewed.  However, it is not worth your while to request an Appeal Council Review if you do not have recent new medical substantial evidence.  When requesting an Appeal Council Review it will allow you to gather more substantial medical evidence to present to the Social Security Administration to determine if you qualify for disability benefits.

To sum it up, you do not gain anything by filing a completely Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income new claim because you will lose a lot of money.

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Deciding if you want to Represent Yourself for Your Social Security Disability Appeal Case: Part 4

Judge, how long will it take to get a written decision in the mail? I do not know, just go home and watch out for the mailman.

Judge, how long will it take to get a written decision in the mail? I do not know, just go home and watch out for the mailman.

Please keep this in mind provide Social Security Administration with as much relevant medical evidence documents as possible.

How to Prepare for a Disability Hearing:  Some disability claims are approved at the hearing level.  A hearing is carried out in front of an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) who will review the medical evidence you submitted, and listen to your disability argument.

The Administrative Law Judge will question you about your medical condition and may be asked to clarify the questions about your medical records.  At the hearing, there will be a vocational expert (VE) at the hearing.  A vocational expert is a person who is experienced to give him or her opinion about the types of job you can or cannot work due to your physical and mental limitations.  The Administrative Law Judge will take the vocational expert opinion on whether you are unable or able to work.

At the hearing, you must be ready to explain any inconsistencies you may have in your medical records.  Also, you must be prepared to cross-examine the vocational expert if he or she testifies you are able to work.

The Appeals Council and Federal Appeals:  If the Administrative Law Judge denies your claim by mistake, then you can request the Appeals Council (AC) to review the judge decision, however, the Appeal Council is not required to review the decision if they  think it is not necessary.  If the Appeal Council denied your claim or refuse to review the Administrative Law Judge decision then you can appeal your case to the federal district court.  Unfortunately the Social Security Administration will not help you with the federal appeal, however, please follow all of the court rules carefully, if you do not then your complaint will be dismissed.  This is where it make sense to hire a disability attorney for the Appeal Council or federal court hearing.

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