Denied Social Security Disability Benefits

Denied Social Security Disability Benefit Attorneys in New Hampshire

Don’t Give Up If You Are Denied Social Security Disability Benefits!

If your first attempt at getting Social Security disability benefits has been denied, you need Attorney D. Lance Tillinghast at Wyskiel, Boc, Tillinghast & Bolduc, P.A. to advise you. It is very common to be denied benefits after your first application has been reviewed by the Social Security Administration, so it is important to prepare for the initial interview and a possible denial.

Attorney Tillinghast has over 30 years of experience and is highly successful at helping people get the Social Security disability benefits they need. If you are denied, he will tell you that you need to appeal the decision within 60 days. You will need to make sure you have all records of your medical providers that might impact a decision on disability. Having supportive medical providers is crucial to your claim for Social Security disability benefits. He can help you understand what medical providers can say about various medical conditions. These medical records about your disability are crucial to making sure the Social Security Administration has an accurate understanding of the medical challenges you face and the disability you are suffering from.

He can represent you in a hearing in before an Administrative Law Judge. He will help you understand the questions you may be asked about your disability. He can also question expert medical witnesses to best represent your interests. These hearings can be complicated, and the advice of an experienced attorney is the best way to have the Social Security Administration and the Administrative Law Judge really understand your disability claim.

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If you are denied the first time, an attorney can help you. Attorney Tillinghast will explain how the system works, so you have a better understanding of how the Social Security Administration looks at disability cases.

Call the lawyers at Wyskiel, Boc, Tillinghast & Bolduc, P.A. today at (603) 742-5222!

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  • Why should I hire an attorney?

    We highly encourage applicants to speak with a Social Security disability attorney before beginning the application process. An attorney will be able to explain the process for filing for benefits and gather the documents needed to submit a claim. Nearly 60% of all first-time applicants are initially denied disability benefits, and close to 90% of applicants seek the help of a representative at some point in the process. The process of applying and appealing denied claims is often complicated, and the chances of success are far greater with the help of an experienced Social Security disability attorney. Retaining an attorney can increase your chances of approval and help avoid denials based on technicalities or other common errors. Our experienced attorneys can help gather information vital to your claim’s success and ensure you complete the steps necessary for obtaining benefits.

  • Who is eligible for Social Security Disability?

    Not everyone is automatically qualified for Social Security Disability benefits after an injury or illness leaves them disabled. You’ll need to have worked long at a job that had you pay Social Security taxes, and your health has to fit specific requirements. All of this is taken into consideration when the Social Security Administration views your claim.

  • What is Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Disability?

    SSI, or Supplemental Security Income, is a needs-based program that provides a monthly check to persons who are blind, elderly, or have a disability. For disabled people who have never worked, or those who haven’t worked enough in the recent years to qualify for SSDI (Social Security Disability Insurance.)