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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“How to win your Social Security Disability Income (SSDI) without an Attorney” eBook Quotes Part 2


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Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is available to individuals who are disabled and can’t work.
Below are quotes from my Digital eBook “How to win your Social Security Disability without any attorney” to read and learn how it really helps me with my appeal case.  Not only it can help you with your SSDI or SSI appeal case, it can also help you with your initial claim. 

“I started having really bad anxiety and depression, which caused me to avoid my friends and family members. It shut me down from society and I stayed in the house alone 24/7. The depression started to take a toll on me. So I sought out a mental health therapist in November 2014.”

“I could not afford to wait two to three years for a SSDI appeal court date. I did not want to sign all my rights to an SSDI attorney. I wanted to decide my own fate and it paid off for me. Yes, I got approved for my Social Security Disability in August 2015.” 

“If I wait two to three years for a court date, I will be homeless, with no food to eat and no money.”

”Finally, I had substantial evidence to prove my physical disability to the ODAR Office.”

“The moral of my story is to never allow the Office of Disability Adjudication Review (ODAR) office stop or discourage you from winning your Social Security Disability Benefits (SSDI). It took me nine months of surfing the internet to gather up bits and pieces of information to help me win my case with an “on the record review.”

“Then I started thinking about getting a job, but I knew my disability would not allow me to walk without pain and I would be setting myself up for failure.”

Now you have a better understanding of the Social Security Administration process through the quotes, you are able to fight your own case by utilizing the steps in the digital eBook “How to win your Social Security Disability without an Attorney.”  All you have to do at this point is to go to the website and purchase the eBook today and start working on your disability initial claim or appeal case.

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