Disability Appeals Attorneys In Jonesboro

Denied disability claims are common. In fact, most initial applications are denied. If your claim has been denied, it does not mean you are not eligible and it is certainly not the end of the road. There is a disability appeals process. At the Hunter Law Firm, P.A., our attorneys can guide you through this complex process to help you get the benefits you need.

The Social Security Appeals Process

You may be wondering why your claim for Social Security Disability was denied. In most cases, it is simply because the Social Security Administration did not see the information it requires to approve a claim. For example, a note from your doctor stating that you are disabled may not be enough to get your claim approved. The Social Security Administration may be looking for more concrete evidence that you are disabled and unable to work.

Our lawyers will review your claim. We will determine what is missing and we will fill in the blanks. The first step in the appeals process is to submit a request for reconsideration. These requests are often denied, even when they are completed by a skilled lawyer, so we always prepare for the next step: the administrative hearing.

We have earned an impressive record of success obtaining benefits for people like you at administrative hearings. This is because we go into these hearings well-prepared with all of the information the administrative law judge will need to understand that you truly are disabled and unable to work. We know the ins and outs of these unique hearings, so you can be confident in our ability to successfully represent you in this stage of the appeals process.

Contact Us For A Free Initial Consultation

For a free, no-obligation initial consultation, call us toll free at 800-801-6029 or send us an email. From our office in Jonesboro, we represent clients throughout northeastern Arkansas.

All Social Security claims are charged on a contingency basis — there is no fee unless you receive compensation.